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Could it be depo? After giving birth to my son in 2005 I was on the Depo-Provera shot for three years. Until 2008.I have since then. Been wanting another child but haven't had any luck. Some have told me it takes years after the shot to conceive again. Is thi

The . The more important piece of information that's missing here is wheter or not you are getting a regular period. That would indicate if you are ovulating, and if so it's likely not the depo. That's the cause of your infertility. Typically depo can affect your hormones anywhere from 9 to 12 months after the last injection, and make it difficult to get pregnant. After that a normal menstrual cycle should ensue. There are a lot of factors here that need to be considered, i suggest you make an appointment with your primary care doctor or ob/gyn in order to better assess your situation. Good luck. Read more...

How do I know when to conceive. I was on Depo-Provera shot for about 4-5 years and have been off of it for almost two years.

14 days before. Ovulation occurs consistently about 14 days before your next cycle. If you know how many days there are from the first day of the bleeding to the next during your normal cycle just subtract 14 days. This allows you to predict when you should be ovulating. You can also use a home ovulation kit. Read more...

My friend just got of the Depo-Provera shot this year in may and she only took it twice how long will it take her to conceive?

Varies. The effects of depo can last in the body even up to 1.5 to 2 years after stopping it. In some women the effects are gone 3-9 months later. So if regular periods di not return the only real option is to a see a fertility specialist. Some patience is needed to see what happens. Read more...

I just recently stopped taking Depo-Provera shots and I'm trying to conceive. I only got two shots but my body hasn't gone back to normal. What can I do?

Not much. A woman can do after a Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) injection but to wait until periods come back to normal. After a Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) injection the contraceptive effects last for 3 months, but it can take 3-6 months after the last injection to get back to normal fertile cycles in some women. Some women will take cyclic Progesterone or bcp to have regular periods, but that doesn't bring back fertile cycles faster. Read more...

Wanting to start family soon and had 2 Depo-Provera shots and been off it for six months and still a virgin. How long will it take for me to conceive after?

Can't tell for sure. Are your periods normal yet? Depo can take some time before your periods normalize again. Once you start having at least 3 normal cycles you should be good. Of course there are many other factors that can cause or prevent pregnancy. Nothing is certain until you start to try. Read more...

Had Depo-Provera injects 3 times its been a year since then and still haven't conceived how much longer. Whats the adverage time amount to get pregnant after depo?

Depo provera (medroxyprogesterone) Unfortunately, you just have to wait it out. After stopping depo provera (medroxyprogesterone) it takes an average of 4 to 10 months to get pregnant. It can take up to two years for your chances of getting pregnant to equal that of a woman who has not taken the depo provera (medroxyprogesterone) shot. DrG. Read more...

Can I get pregnant after 3 years of Depo-Provera shot. I've been trying to concieve For 18 months now. 28 years old. Regular period. 29 day cycles.?

Theoretically yes. After the time of getting off the shot, you should be able to get pregnant. Your hormones are working as you are having periods. It may take time and you might want to see your gyn for a thorough exam.. This doctor can give you better answers and maybe help you get pregnant. Best wishes. Read more...

How long could it take for me to get my period after getting off Depo-Provera shot? And can I get fertility drugs to help me get pregnant faster?

Up to 9 months. You possibly might not see a period for 9 months from your last shot, although it is usually quicker. This assumes your periods were regular before you started the Depo. Fertility drugs are not appropriate in this situation and would be of marginal benefit even if you could find someone who would prescribe them. Read more...