Many birth controls say in their side effects “possible infertility” right on their label. But let us explore one of those many birth control methods, Depo Provera. We will explore what it is, what its side effects are, and how easy it is for you to become pregnant after you stop Depo Provera. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here
Depo Provera is a form of birth control administered through a shot once every three months. How convenient? Many women pick this as their form of birth control due to the fact that the doctor must administer it; therefore you get an appointment phone call reminder a few days prior to the new shot, how fabulous not having to remember on your own? Sounds too good to be true!
The active ingredient in the Depo Provera shot is called Medroxyprogesterone. This particular ingredient has many possible side effects, such as:
*loss of libido
*signs of a stroke
*shortness of breath
*sudden chest pain
*coughing up blood
This list can go on for a long time. To be honest, I do not want to scare you away from the shot itself so we will leave the side effects as is. Contact your doctor if you are having what you believe to be an allergic reaction to the drug.
If you are on Depo Provera and you are contemplating trying to become pregnant, I recommend you stop the drug immediately. Studies say this shot may cause your cycle to be “off” for a minimum of six months to eight months. Other studies say anywhere from six to eighteen months. You will not have a regular ovulation until your cycle has been fully restored to its normal self. Below are a few ways to help you become pregnant after the Depo Provera shot.
First day of your periods, last day, and the days that your vaginal discharge seems “thicker.” You may begin to notice a regular pattern for this and may be able to get pregnant during one of these ovulation time spans.
Have sex at least every other day in between periods. You should run across your ovulation and have better odds of becoming pregnant then.
Take these vitamins prescribed by your doctor to help get your body prepared for the new coming baby. It may also help balance your hormones in preparation for pregnancy.
Depo Provera is considered a long term birth control for women who know they do not want children for at least another eighteen months. Speak with your doctor about this prior to making the decision on your own. If you are looking for something short term, perhaps the pill or a diaphragm would be best for you.
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