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I was using Depo-Provera provera (medroxyprogesterone) for 3 years. Then I used birth control pills and the iud. How easy can I get pregnant now? I don't use anything.

Depends . If you are on the 10 year iud you should be able to get pregnant quickly. If you are on the 5 year iud it may take you longer especially if you aren't having cycles. Good luck :). Read more...
No effect . Using birth control in the past does not affect your future fertility. Once you stop using birth control you return to your baseline fertility level. Whether it not you can get pregnant now is not related to your past use of contraception. Take a prenatal vitamin daily. Good luck. Read more...

I've been off Depo-Provera provera (medroxyprogesterone) shot for 1 year now! Still no positive test if I take birthcontrol pills and stop will it increase my chance in pregancy?

Can take a while. It can take a year off depo-provera before your cycles regulate and it is possible to become pregnant. If you are having regular menstrual cycles, make sure you are having sex around the time of ovulation. Don't be discouraged and make sure you are taking a prenatal vitamin with folate (folic acid). If your cycles are not regular then a few months on BC pills may help them to regulate. Read more...
I would see your Dr. Unfortunately Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) can causes hormonal imbalances preventing normal periods. This should work its way out but because it has been a year a flu check up with your doctor would be recommended. Read more...
To clarify.. It sounds like you are trying to get pregnant (since you say "still no positive test")?? If you have been taking birth control pills for some time or ever since getting off the Depo then stopping the pills will absolutely increase your chance of getting pregnant. The whole point of being on the pills is to prevent pregnancy, so yes, if you stop them, you increase your chances greatly. Read more...

I had a d&c then I took Depo-Provera provera (medroxyprogesterone) shot, I use it for 1month & a half den I remove it, cus my partner want a baby, how soon can I get pregnant?

Depends. Depends on when you ovulate. It could take several months. Read more...
When your body ready. It will take a while for your womb and hormones to adapt after these treatments, possibly months. Ask the doctor who knows you and gave you these treatments to give you some advice. Read more...

I have begun to have abnormal menstrual periods after stopping the Depo-Provera provera (medroxyprogesterone) shot in 2010. And now I am unable to get pregnant. What can it be?

Needs evaluation. The effects of depo-provera on your body have been out of your system for at least two years. If you've been trying to get pregnant all of this time and it's definitely time for a fertility evaluation. A young healthy couple should try for one year before pursuing this option. Read more...

I have PCOS have been off Depo-Provera (medroxyprogesterone) shot for a long time same to only way I get. Is to take Provera (medroxyprogesterone) pills when will it be natural again my cycle?

Discuss with doctor. PCOS is a complex set of symptoms involving abnormal hormonal levels resulting in irregular menstrual cycles. Often it also involves Insulin resistance, which can be improved with a healthy diet rich in vegetables and lean protein. In women that are overweight, losing weight will sometimes help improve the menstrual regularity. Birth control pills are often used to regulate the cycle. . Read more...

Off of the Depo-Provera provera, (medroxyprogesterone) 15 weeks now without a shot. For two days very lite spotting, then neon pink. Literally. Now its gone. What is going on?

Normal. During the months following cessation of the depo shot, irregular or absent ovulation is common. This can manifest as irregular breakthrough bleeding. I would recommend that you check a pregnancy test and talk to your doctor about birth control pills for regulation of your period while it continues to where off. Read more...
Spotting. Periods may take a little while to return after the discontinuation of depo-provera. Sometimes up to 6 months, sometimes even longer. Irregular, breakthrough bleedings are not uncommon. Just wait. Read more...