How To Get Pregnant After Depo-Provera, According To A Fertility Expert
For women taking birth control, Depo-Provera seems to be one of the most convenient contraceptive choices around. A single injection can give you months of pregnancy protection and you never have to worry about taking a pill. But if you’ve decided to stop your Depo shots in hopes of having a baby, you’ll want to know how to get pregnant after Depo-Provera.
The most important thing to note? Ovulation is necessary for you to get pregnant. A Depo-Provera shot, according to Mayo Clinic, contains the hormone progestin, which keeps your ovaries from releasing eggs for about 12 weeks. But the side effects of Depo-Provera, the article further explained, could prevent you from ovulating for 10 months after your last shot.
Fertility expert, Dr. Edward Marut of Fertility…