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  1. I no longer need birth control pills but would like to manipulate the day my period begins.  HELP!  #1134/7I no longer need birth control pills but would like to manipulate the day my period begins. HELP! #1134/7
    ...to manipulate her periods: My fianc? and I are getting married in April and she would like to delay her period. How can she safely do this? #324/6 Click here If I begin taking birth control...

  2. If I have taken any of the combined birth control pills for 3 or 4 years, can I still get pregnant?  Do I have to wait a long time? #1010If I have taken any of the combined birth control pills for 3 or 4 years, can I still get pregnant? Do I have to wait a long time? #1010
    ... FERTILITY AFTER CONTINUATION OF PILLS: Immediate return of fertility; Average delay in ovulation 1-2 weeks. Post-pill amenorrhea more common in women with a past history of very...

  3. I'm confused about just when I start on my pills.  #928/6I'm confused about just when I start on my pills. #928/6
    ...AN CONTINUOUS OR EXTENDED USE OF PILLS MEAN: A. Manipulation of a cycle to delay one period for a trip, honeymoon, or athletic event B. Use of active ...

  4. I am not sure if he entered me. #126/8I am not sure if he entered me. #126/8
    ...e, pregnancy is very, very unlikely. Taking Plan B very late in a cycle may delay onset of a woman’s period. Key Words: virgin, penis, vagina, co...

  5. After unprotected intercourse, how long would it take for a urine hCG to be positive? #908/8After unprotected intercourse, how long would it take for a urine hCG to be positive? #908/8
    ...iod (LMP), are widely available and simple to use. Thus, there is no reason to impose an arbitrary delay in pregnancy evaluation based on the date of the woman’s last menstrual period. Clinical...

  6. Can you provide data on performing the whiff test? #109/12Can you provide data on performing the whiff test? #109/12
    ...ith further information? Reply from Dr. Jeanne Marrazzo on 1-23: “Dear Bob, sorry for the delay. I’m unaware of any data to support doing this test one way or the other. However, the...

  7. How long does it take to get pregnant after stopping use of Depo-Provera? #211/7How long does it take to get pregnant after stopping use of Depo-Provera? #211/7
    ...keep you from getting pregnant for more than 12 weeks (3 months) after your last shot. The average delay in return of fertility is about 10 months from the last injection. DMPA does not decrease you...

  8. When do women become pregnant after using Depo-Provera? #541/7When do women become pregnant after using Depo-Provera? #541/7
    ...inuation of Depo than is found following discontinuation of all other temporary contraceptives. The delay in return of fertility is approximately 9 months after the last injection. By 18 months, 90% o...

  9. Should I be worried about failure to bleed for 3 weeks after my last Depo shot?  #633/7Should I be worried about failure to bleed for 3 weeks after my last Depo shot? #633/7
    ...eed not be worried. Return of fertility is excellent after using Depo, although there is clearly a delay in return of fertility compared to women discontinuing other hormonal methods or discontinuing...

  10. How quickly do women become pregnant after using Depo? #833/7How quickly do women become pregnant after using Depo? #833/7
    ...inuation of Depo than is found following discontinuation of all other temporary contraceptives. The delay in return of fertility is approximately 10 months after the last injection. By 18 months, 90% ...

  11. Should the first Depo injection be delayed until lactation is established? #343/8Should the first Depo injection be delayed until lactation is established? #343/8
    ...ltant feels that progesterone methods should not be used until lactation is established. Should we delay starting progesterone methods for 2-3 days? (From the Contraceptive Technology Conference in ...

  12. Is it alright to give a woman DMPA even if we cannot rule out early pregnancy? #110/9Is it alright to give a woman DMPA even if we cannot rule out early pregnancy? #110/9
    ... have a very early and as yet undetectable pregnancy, DMPA would not cause any harm, but could just delay confirmation of the pregnancy. IF I could have your answer ASAP that would be great. I want ...

  13. After uncomfortable side-effects with the last two Depo injections, I am considering a change in my contraceptive.  HELP! #219/9After uncomfortable side-effects with the last two Depo injections, I am considering a change in my contraceptive. HELP! #219/9
    ... WHAT CAN CONTINUOUS OR EXTENDED USE OF PILLS MEAN?: A. Manipulation of a cycle to delay one period for a trip, honeymoon, or athletic event B. Use of active hormonal pil...

  14. I did something pretty stupid!  Took my Depo injection at ovulation time instead of my period time; what will happen? #301/9I did something pretty stupid! Took my Depo injection at ovulation time instead of my period time; what will happen? #301/9
    ...rse close to the time of ovulation, your injection of DMPA would not cause any harm, but could just delay confirmation of the pregnancy. The following information is taken from the 19th ed...

  15. Could Depo-Provera be the cause of my terrible mood swings and if I switch to pills, will they affect my future fertility? #804/9Could Depo-Provera be the cause of my terrible mood swings and if I switch to pills, will they affect my future fertility? #804/9
    ... WHAT CAN CONTINUOUS OR EXTENDED USE OF PILLS MEAN?: A. Manipulation of a cycle to delay one period for a trip, honeymoon, or athletic event B. Use of active hormonal pil...

  16. My Implanon will expire (3 years) this month, just when I am getting married.  What can I take to delay my period and to prevent pregnancy during this time? #1013/10My Implanon will expire (3 years) this month, just when I am getting married. What can I take to delay my period and to prevent pregnancy during this time? #1013/10
    ...n wait one week before beginning active pills once again. Hopefully this would allow me to skip or delay my regular period. My concern is that 2 weeks on pills will not be sufficient to prompt rebou...

  17. how soon after taking Depo-Provera for 10 years could I become pregnant? #413/11how soon after taking Depo-Provera for 10 years could I become pregnant? #413/11
    ... Return of fertility is excellent after using Depo-Provera. The problem is that there is some delay before pregnancy will occur. Contraceptive Technology: 19th Edition Chapter on Inject...

  18. Is Depo-Provera associated with disabilities in children? #714/11Is Depo-Provera associated with disabilities in children? #714/11
    ... keep you from getting pregnant for more than 12 weeks (3 months) after your last shot. The average delay in return of fertility is about 10 months from the last injection. DMPA does not decrease your...

  19. Due to the Black Box warning, I stopped my patientís Depo injections after 2 years of  use.  How long should I wait to restart her injections? #1226/11Due to the Black Box warning, I stopped my patientís Depo injections after 2 years of use. How long should I wait to restart her injections? #1226/11
    ... recommend? Thank you! Good morning, Happy Christmas Eve and I do apologize for my delay in replying to you. Both the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) in the USMEC...

  20. How long will it take for me to become pregnant after discontinuing Depo? #1005/12How long will it take for me to become pregnant after discontinuing Depo? #1005/12
    ... Return of fertility is excellent after using Depo-Provera. The problem is that there is some delay. Chapter on Injectable Contraceptives [dk1] [dk1] Alisa B. Goldberg, MD, MPH David...

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