Zuly HELP ME PLEASE

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TYTY - December 1

i have been having these sharp pains in my uterus, well it feels like my uterus.

 

zuly - December 1

Have you had your period yet?

 

tyty - December 1

no not yet

 

zuly - December 1

when should you have had it?

 

tyty - December 1

my period is due on the Dec.19, but i have been on provera. do you think that makes a difference? my b___st are sore I have gas, indigestion, nausea.

 

zuly - December 1

Yes it does everyone acts different on meds.Are you off of it yet and you be pregnant.

 

zuly - December 1

sorry I ment can you be pregnant

 

tyty - December 1

I have been on provera for two months, 10 days every month for three months, I don't know if i am pregnant, but hoping it works out fine. are you familiar with provera?

 

zuly - December 2

Yes I am familiar with provera .But you can still get pregnant on it.

 

tyty - December 2

thank you zuly!

 

zuly - December 2

hi you are very welcome I'm trying to see if I can find any information that would be of some help to you on the provera.

 

zuly - December 2

How it works? Medroxyprogesterone acetate is a synthetic form of the naturally occurring female s_x hormone, progesterone. In a woman's normal menstrual cycle, an egg matures and is released from the ovaries (ovulation). The ovary then produces progesterone, preventing the release of further eggs and priming the lining of the womb for a possible pregnancy. If pregnancy occurs, progesterone levels in the body remain high, maintaining the womb lining. If pregnancy does not occur, progesterone levels in the body fall, resulting in a menstrual period. Medroxyprogesterone acts by affecting the natural mucus at the neck of the womb. It increases the thickness of this mucus making it more difficult for sperm to cross from the v____a into the womb. By preventing sperm entering the womb, successful fertilisation of an egg, leading to pregnancy, is less likely. In addition, medroxyprogesterone also changes the quality of the womb lining (endometrium). This prevents the successful implantation of a fertilised egg onto the wall of the womb, thereby preventing pregnancy. In some women, medroxyprogesterone may also prevent the release of an egg from the ovaries. Medroxyprogesterone depot injection slowly releases the hormone into the body from the injection site, maintaining a high level of the hormone in the blood. As progesterone levels remain high for about three months after an injection, there may be a disruption of the normal menstrual cycle with irregular, reduced or absent menstrual periods. It is essential that all women are counselled by their doctor prior to starting this method of contraception, especially with regards to having children after stopping the injections. Fertility does return once the injections are stopped, but the time varies from one women to the next. Most women should start to ovulate 5 to 6 months after their last injection, but may not conceive until 10 to 15 months after their last injection (or even longer).

 

tyty - December 2

thank you zuly, that was very very helpful.

 

zuly - December 3

You are very welcome.

 

stephanie - November 29

i have a sore pain in my uterus am i pregnant?

 

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