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Depo - wait 18 months to concieve?

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Hey, its Tutti123 once again. I just wanted to know that since I have only had one shot of depo in july of 2010 and, I am having regular periods every month do i still have to worry about waiting 18 months to concieve?My Fiance and I are trying during the 14 day ovulation period.Is clomid an option? c?an I get that from a pcp?


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replied March 30th, 2011
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Hello and welcome to eHealth forum!

No, you do not need to worry about waiting for 18 months. You can try now. Clomid should not be taken unless necessary as this has its own complications. Yes, your PCP or gynecologist can prescribe provided there is a need. Use an ovulation kit to time your ovulation correctly and try around this time. Please consult your gynecologist regarding this. Hope this helps. Take care!



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