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After stopping depo how do you know if you are pregant or not?

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After stopping depo how do you know if you are pregant or not?

5 answers
3 years ago
I was on depo for a few months the side effects were to much for me so i stopped taking it, the problem is I havent had a period since I started taking it and now I think I may be pregnant but im not sure bc I dont know when my missed period would be. Can someone help?

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3 years ago
u can go get a bood test to find out the the shot only lastest so many months u can get pregnant a month or two after stopping the shot
3 years ago
SO SHOULD YOU TAKE A BLOOD TEST EVEN IF THE URINE TEST SAYS NEGATIVE AND YOUR STILL HAVING SYMPTOMS? DO YOU KNOW HOW MUCH A BLOOD TEST WOULD COST?
3 years ago
make an appt at your doctors office for a blood test. often times, urine tests are not accurate. that was the case with me.
3 years ago
after i stoped the depo shot i dindnt get my p for about 4 months i toke a home pregnancy test and it came neggative and like u i was still in douts...So i went to get some blood test and no i wasnt pregnant i was still under the effects of the shot....!! the shot made me wanna throw up it made me be in a bad mood and it made me feel dizzy...!!Although i still suggest u should take a test remember this may not be the case... call and ask how much they will charge..hope it helps good luck... =o)
2 months ago
I was on the shot for about 2 and half yrs I been off the shot since December I only had I regular period I came on the following month but I was only on for one day. I took a home pregnancy test but I came out negative. Is it the depo shot that's make my period irregular or should I make an appointment?

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