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Depo shot wear off

How long after te depo shot can we start trying again
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After depo, it can take your body awhile to become regulated again. it took me 18 months after the stop of depo 2 get pregnant with my youngest son. it is certainly not impossible 2 get pregnant during your next actual cycle. u could also try speaking with your doctor about the best time 2 try and conceive after stopping depo.
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Thank you!! My periods were so bad because of my endo that they put me on the depo and now I really want it to wear off. Hot flashes are a killer!
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How long we're u on depo? I was on it for nearly 12 years & it's taken me 2years for my periods to get back to normal. Now hopefully we will conceive :) it does take time but each person is different
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I was on depo for 2 1/2 years and haven't had a shot since last year mar 2012, and havent gotten a period since jan 2012! Every month I get symptoms of a period-sore/tender breast, lite cramping, major increase of temp. Etc. I spotted a few times. I was on provera 10 mg for 10 days and nothing! Going back to the doctors to see what's going on. I don't know If I ever ovulated or not! I often get nausous lately? I dobt know what going on but really want to find out soon!
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