Hi! So I have a question out there for anyone who may have any advice for me. My husband and I are trying ttc our 2nd child. I was on bc before my daughter and after my daughter was born. I became pregnant with my daughter the second month off bc. I have been off bc now for 4 months, and my periods have become very irregular (they have been regular all my life up until now). My last period was 6 weeks ago, and I received a blood test to ensure I was not pregant, but I did ovulate. My doc prescribed me medroxyprogesterone to jump start my period, but I am a little weary on taking it. I have read that it is still possible to ovulate and not have a period, but I am nervous about just waiting too. Has anyone had any experience with this medicine? I know that it is extremely dangerious to take if preganant or if you become pregnant on it. Any suggestions?View Thread
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