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Trying to conceive, got off depo provera, had spotting during periods, negative pregnancy test. What could be the cause?

hi i was on the depo provera for about a year and i got off in aug where my first period came. in sept my period was spotting but ever since i have been trying to get pregnant. i took about 4 test so far and theire all negative. i just took one today because i have been having soreness to the breasts but no luck yet. am i not ovulating or something? did the depo destroy my chances of getting pregnant???
Asked On : Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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Thanks for your question.
Depo provera do not destroy chances of getting pregnant, but it takes few months for fertility to return. Usually 6 months but may take 9-10 months.
Do not loose your hope & don't get stressed.
If you are trying for pregnancy start taking Folic acid tablets & hope for the best.
Wish you good luck.
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