After taking depo provera
It likely means that a period is coming. Also what signs will let me know that i am ovulating?
I had a regular period once and now it has completely stopped. My husband and I would like another baby. My mood was all over the place and I did gain a bit of weight mostly on my hips.
As time went on some days were ok and some days were horrible. I had this problem and I never knew why! I got my 2nd and last shot on september 6th Did she offer any assistance in getting back a healthy, ovulatory menstrual cycle? However, there is no evidence to support routine use of this type of treatment.
The only downsides I found were weight gain and headaches towards the end of the three months. I wanted to start a family. However, I will take the challenge. However, after not getting my last shot I feel like I have more control over my own brain. I was on it for a year and a half. Well believe it or not, you get used to it.
Safe, affordable and effective.
I am bi polar, but while on the shot my mood swings got to be really bad an often. I was kinda happy it worked so fast at first …. I hope winging my body off of this wont be the death of me but it truely is a drug that is addicting.
Normal for me was 6hours to 2 days tops and very light about once every two months or so. Now every day is a struggle. So far the only time i had extreme mood swings was the first one on the 12th. It was just a couple weeks ago that I got the shot again after being off it for 6 months, and my nipples basically my ON buttons are SO SORE it is like you are burying a needle in them every time they are touched!
Doctors said that I had a high hormonal inbalance that they never saw but due to being on the depo shot for so long my kids where considered high risk the whole time. I started Depo-Provera at approx 19 years of age for contraception purposes. I also know for a fact that I am not pregnate. While I was on depo I had no menstral cycle I just got my first menstral cycle in two years how long until my menstral cycle is over?
Hey, I feel your pain.