thus, November is 6 months from May and very close to the average time when periods should have resumed.
is the short-acting, oral component of Depo
. It is given to test whether your body has resumed making estrogen because it has cleared all of the Depo-Provera. If it has, the Provera will change the uterine lining into a form that will bleed away.
Provera does not make one fertile: it simply causes the uterine lining to shed. Rarely, following Provera, a patient will ovulate.