Can I get Pregnant with the Depo Shot?

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The depo shot is a form of birth control that is extremely effective. It will help to prevent pregnancy pretty much from the point of taking the shot, as long as you take it during the first 5 days of your menstrual period.

The shot works on a 12 week cycle and is effective within that timeframe. After the twelve weeks has ended, you will need to get another shot in order to continue being protected from becoming pregnant. If you do not follow these guidelines, you may find that you become pregnant shortly after the 12 week mark.

The-depo-shot-is-a-form-of-birth-control-that-is-extremely-effectiveIf you are looking to become pregnant, you should be able to as soon as the 12 week period is over. At this point, you should begin tracking your ovulation cycle so that you can know when you are ovulating. During the time that you are ovulating, make sure that you are having sexual intercourse at least every other day.

You should also take care to eat healthy foods and avoid things that are bad for you, like cigarettes. These items have been shown to hinder the process of becoming pregnant. Also, the nutrients in healthy foods can help to regulate your hormones and make it easier to conceive.

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