I and going off of the shot, I would like to know if once you get your
period back if that is when ovulation begins agin. If not, then how can
you tell if you are able to become pregnant again. Are there signs that
one would be able to look for to know when actual ovulation is occuring
again. Thanks Monique
Generally when you resume having periods after getting off Depo this is an indication of return to fertility.The only way to know if you can get pregnant is to try. Ovulation ofter is associated with lower right or left sided pain that lasts a day or two, vaginal mucus that looks like egg whites and is stretchy between your fingers, and sometimes breast tenderness.
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