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Forum Name: Obstetrics
Question: INFERTILITY AFTER DEPO-PROVERA
|abieghler - Fri May 13, 2005 11:42 am|
:( I have been off the depo-provera for 14 months, i have not had a period for 8 months. I had a period back in Octover 04 but that was induced by the b/c patch. No period since then. My husband and I have been trying since then to get PG but nothing. My doctor has tried putting me on Provera to induce a period and that didn't work either. What is going on? I though the depo wore off by now?! HELP!
|lottiesteele - Thu Aug 04, 2005 6:41 am|
i am not a doctor but i myself have been off depo 19month now. it took me 12 month to get my periods back and i am still not pregnant. the best thing for you to do is what i have done....
demand your doctor refer you for a scan and refer you to a gyno specialist. also you will need a full blood count to check your hormone levels are ok and you have no thyroid problems. your partner will need to do a semonology sample so he can be ruled out of the equation. yes you are right doctors do say 6mnth to a year to regain fertility but i can tell you, they are wrong i know so many people + me that it doesnt take just one year. you will get back to normal i am sure and i know i will too. i am going to see if i can start clomid or tamoxifen (excuse my spelling) as this i have read has helped alot of people concieve after depo. I know its hard not a day goes by where i don't shed the odd tear and doubt my fertility. i am 23 next month so i'm young yet!! if you need to talk don't hesitate to e-mail me on email@example.com.
thinking of you :D
|Vev - Mon Aug 22, 2005 2:05 am|
I'm 24yrs old & having a bi-cornuate uterus, & the worst of it is I'm having also ovarian cyst & myoma. I would like to ask your help to make me understand depo provera because I'm confused. I've read that depo provera should be given ones after 3 months but my ob-gyne give me 2x shots in a month & 1 month after. According to my ob-gyne she is giving me depo to prevent ovulation that makes my ovarian cyst gets larger.Then I am scheduled again after a month of injection for another injection to see if the cyst reacts w/ depo.
Is it safe to have depo schedules like mine?
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