How soon after discontinuing the Depo-Provera shot can I get pregnant? I discontinued the Depo-Provera shot 5 months ago and am trying to get pregnant

After. After you stop depo-provera, you can become pregnant within 3 to 4 months, however, for some women, it can take up to a year. If it has been a year and you are still unsuccessful in getting pregnant, you should contact your ob/gyne doctor. Good luck!

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What can I do to get pregnant easier I took Depo-Provera I'm 2013 only 3 times stopped oct 2, 2013 and been trying to conceive for 8months straight an nothing?

Has period returned? Has your menstrual flow returned since October 2013 post depo? If not, you will have an easier time when the Depo-Provera shot wears off completely and regular periods return. You are very young at age 19 and most women of your age group return to spontaneous fertility.
Relax & prepare Nest. People can conceive as soon as 3 months but up to 2 years after Depo. This is the time when you make sure your fertilized egg will go to a good strong Nest (your uterus). So eat healthily, consider prenatal vitamins in anticipation & exercise, no alcohol, no meds, 'Save your money (you'll need it). Read up on parenting. Enjoy eating in a restaurant, reading a book & watching a movie while you can.

I got my first and last shot of Depo-Provera in september I have been trying to conceive is there any chance I could be pregnant I started spotting yesterday?

Take the test. If you want to know if you are pregnant, take a test. In today's world you do not need to wonder if you are pregnant or not based on symptoms. Pregnancy tests are available at any pharmacy and in minutes you will have your answer. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period.

I'm trying to conceive and have hashimotos disease. I've been on the Depo-Provera bc shot for two years and am on celaxa. What are my odds of getting pregnant?

Pregnancy. The best place to fully answer this question would be to see either an obstetrician or gynecologist. That said, do you already have children and how old are they? Even if it has been some time since your children were born that should not prevent you from having another child.

21 never been pregnant, been on Depo-Provera provera (medroxyprogesterone) since 2011 trying to conceive what can I do?

Patience. It is normal to have a delayed return of fertility after stopping Depo. Be patient and keep enjoying your relationship. If you are having regular periods again the rest should follow. If it doesn't after a year of regular periods that's when you should begin a work up. Hope this helps. Good luck.

It's been 15 months since I stopped Depo-Provera and I'm trying to conceive. Last week or so I've been nauseated all day everyday. Could I be pregnant?

Unknown. It can take several months to return to predictable ovulatory cycles after discontinuation of depo-provera. The best thing you can do is take a pregnancy test if you are trying and concerned you may be pregnant.

If you have been on Depo-Provera for four to five years and haven't had your shot for 10months how long will take to get pregnant?

Up to ~18 months. An average ~10 months delay return to ovulation after the last Depo-Provera shot. Some sources report that ~90% users can conceive in 18 months post last dose. Give it some time since you are only 18 years old. If you were over 35 yrs seeing your gynecologist sooner for evaluation would be pressing as increase in age may affect fertility. Discuss calcium/ prenatal vitamins supplement with your doctor.

I been on the Depo-Provera shot for five year I missed my shot it been three day can I get pregnant?

7 day grace period. If you get your next Depo within 7 days of when you missed the regularly scheduled one, you will be fine and protected. Once past that 7 day window you can ovulate and get pregnant.
Absolutely agree, but. Dr Maes is correct but NO contraceptive, other than total abstinence is 100% preventive of ovulation and pregnancy. Not trying to scare anyone, but reality is reality. Actually, the original FDA approval process for DepoProvera stated there was a 14 day overlap. The frequency of therapy of every 12 wks, was used to provide that buffer of protection. The best policy:get your DepoProvera on time.