getting pregnant after nuristerate

Chances Of Conceiving After Nuristerate.

Sex is one of nature’s amazing gifts to humanity. The things that put people off sex are issues like unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. Nuristerate has over 97% success rate in keeping unwanted pregnancy at bay. But afterwards, couples (wanting to conceive) have to deal with getting pregnant after Nuristerate.

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What are the chances of getting pregnant after Nuristerate?

Side effects of Nuristerate.

What to do while trying to get pregnant after Nuristerate?

How soon can I conceive after stopping Nuristerate?

Do you ovulate right after stopping Nuristerate?

 

You know by now that Nuristerate injection is a short-term method of contraception/birth control. It prevents a woman from ovulating for 2 months. The snag with enjoying sex after using contraceptives is that some women worry about the effect of the drug on their fertility.

 

It is this fear that I want to dispel in this write-up. As it is with other birth control drugs, women using it want to be sure of getting pregnant after Nuristerate.

 

What are the chances of getting pregnant after Nuristerate?

For a woman who has always been fertile, getting pregnant after Nuristerate as you probably know is certain. If you understand how Nuristerate works to prevent pregnancy you’ll see that there is absolutely no reason to worry about the possibility of getting pregnant after Nuristerate.

 

What Nuristerate does to a woman’s body is protection against conception. Nuristerate primarily alters the vaginal juice and hinders the ascent of sperm into the womb.

 

Furthermore, Nuristerate triggers something in your body that simply won’t allow ovulation take place for 8 weeks. Repeating the injection after the first 8 weeks gives you another 8 weeks of birth control.

 

A study on the conception rate among women trying to get pregnant after Nuristerate was conducted. The study found that women that never used Nuristerate and those that had used it had similar success rates in getting pregnant.

 

In other words, the rate of pregnancy among non users of Nuristerate did not differ significantly from that among users of Nuristerate once an 8-week period for the clearance of the injection from the body had elapsed.

 

What are the side effects of Nuristerate?

The most common side effects of Nuristerate are:

Irregular or heavier menstruation

Spotting

Delayed period

Nausea

Weight gain

Headaches

Dizziness

Rash and itch at the injection site.

 

What to do while trying to get pregnant after Nuristerate.

 

 

So you can see, there aren’t any special rules to observe in tying to get pregnant after Nuristerate. What I stated above are some of the ways of conceiving fast with or without Nuristerate.

 

How soon can I conceive after stopping Nuristerate?

A study was conducted on how soon one can get pregnant after Nuristerate. It was found that the average time stoppers of Nuristerate conceived was about 170 days.

 

Do you ovulate right after stopping Nuristerate?

The same study I mentioned earlier found that women return to ovulation just over 80 days from when they took the 2 months of the injection. In other words, after the 2 month period of using Nuristerate, women returned to ovulation in an average of about 20 days.

 

Further reading on getting pregnant after Nuristerate

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