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I took microgynon then micronor (norethindrone). Changed to Depo-Provera provera instead not near my period. Do i need extra precautions for 7 or 14 days?

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Dr. Ted Anderson
Gynecology
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In brief: No

If you have been taking these hormonal contraceptive methods as prescribed, then you have continuously suppressed your ovaries from ovulating appropriately.
Changing from one form of hormonal contraception to another does not put you at increased risk for pregnancy.

In brief: No

If you have been taking these hormonal contraceptive methods as prescribed, then you have continuously suppressed your ovaries from ovulating appropriately.
Changing from one form of hormonal contraception to another does not put you at increased risk for pregnancy.
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