How to Increase Pregnancy Chances after Depo

How to Increase Pregnancy Chances after Depo

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Many women find that they struggle to conceive after taking the Depo shot. Typically, this is because it has a long term effect on a woman’s ability to become pregnant. Because of this, it is best stop taking the shot several months before you are ready to conceive. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

While you are preparing to become pregnant, you should also start taking prenatal vitamins. These vitamins will help make sure that you are healthy and that you have the rights amount of nutrients in your body to promote pregnancy. They can also help make sure that your baby has enough vitamins when you do become pregnant.

After you stop taking the Depo shot, make sure that you start tracking your ovulation cycle. For women who struggle to conceive after taking Depo, one of the main reasons is because they are not ovulating. By tracking your ovulation cycle you will be able to determine when and if you are ovulating. After learning when you are fertile, make sure that you have intercourse during this time. Pregnancy after Depo can be difficult to attain quickly, as it may take time to regain regular cycles and be able to ovulate properly.

If you find that you are not ovulating, you may want to talk to your doctor. There are many prescriptions available that will help you start ovulating once more. If you are looking to stay away from prescriptions, you can also talk to them about natural options that you can try.

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Dr. Christine Lee, MD
Dr. Christine Lee, MD | ConceiveEasy
Dr. Christine Lee earned her Ph.D. in Developmental Biology and Master of Science in Biomolecular Organization. Dr. Lee is Lab Director for ConceiveEasy and is board certified as a High Complexity Laboratory Director (HCLD).