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Depo And Infertility

Unread postby HealthForum » Sat Mar 26, 2011 8:17 pm

Hi all!

I am 26 years old and have three children ages 9, 7, and 5. My problem is that my fiance and I are trying to have another baby, and can't seem to get pregnant. I was getting the depo shot consistently from august 2001 through august 2002 (5 shots total). It has now been 14 months since my last depo shot was due and I have been wondering if it may have caused infertility. After a little over a year, I finally got my period in the beginning of december, but it has now been almost 35 days and my period hasn't come yet. I took an at home prgnancy test and got a negative result. Has anyone else experienced a similar effect after stopping depo? Question

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Re: Depo And Infertility

Unread postby dazzyshahu » Tue Sep 19, 2017 6:27 am

Welcome sister at this digital platform. You need not panic about this horrible problem in your life. It is time to make appropriate planning to handle this horrible problem with positive attitude toward life to get sufficient energy in positive way. It is not easy job to handle difficult situation without stress and depression. It is a medical certified that stress and depression are responsible for infertility problem. I can understand your physical and mental stays at this time. You should be very informative to understand your problem at early stage to get maximum positive benefit to overcome this horrible problem at early stage. It is clearly indicate that your body hormone level is not in balance. You should not compromise with your health at any cost. You should give preference to healthy lifestyle and balance diet to provide proper blood supply to and reproduction system with high hemoglobin level in your blood.

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