Depo provera and sterility

Common Questions and Answers about Depo provera and sterility


1331397 tn?1294043495 This is a recurrance (after 12 years, 10 of which were on Depo Provera) of Behcets Syndrome, a genetic disorder. The Nurse Practitioner at Planned Parenthood did a pap and tested for Trich and Bacterial Vaginosis, both of which were negative. Good luck!
1344197 tn?1392822771 An FDA survey on quality control of compounded drugs analyzed 29 compounded products from 12 compounders for sterility, potency, and uniformity. The found 10 of the 29 products (34%) of compounded drugs failed at least one quality test. They also reported the products contained less of the active drug than stated on the label in 25% of the products. So, if you want Bioidentical Hormones, consider FDA approved drugs.
Avatar n tn But I must echo the other wonderful women, and urge you not to make a decision right away about a tubal ligation. However, I ~do~ have a possible option. Have you considered the depo-provera shot? It will provide you with birth control so you won't have to worry about a pregnancy for a while.
Avatar n tn I have researched both conditions, but PCOS never talks about chronic pain before,during and after menstruating, and pain during and after intercourse. My bowels are very messed up and I get really bad pain in my rectum. That is where my mom had a lot of it. I have no idea. None of my docs will do laparascopy. I have only had one U/S and a very long sharp vaginal probe, I forget what that is called. My blood clots are gigantic and never ending. I need some input from you intelligent ladies!!!
Avatar n tn This person cleraly can't spell so why do you care what he/she says. Do what works for you and hopefully negative people and their negative comments will go away and get bored. I have no idea why this person spends so much time and energy here but that's their prerogative. This is a great website for people to post about what works for them in trying to lose weight. People are here to share their experiences not be attacked by this illiterate poster.
Avatar n tn I had an ultrasound to discover it was an interuterine pregnancy and I was about 9 weeks. I am now 17 weeks and for the past month trying to decide to terminate or continue. I am having a very hard time finding any info on any one with this happening to them and the risks to me or my unborn child. I have seen several doctors and none of them have ever heard of this happening and 2 have suggested termination. I have an appointment with a high risk specialist on Thursday (02/27/03).