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I am having stomach cramps after coming off from just one depo shot. i had my injection on 5th of august but i never went for my next appoitment which was in octuber. I have had unprotected sex and light spotting. For couple of weeks i am feeling tired and i have had feeling of nausea only at night time after i had food. Could i be pregnant? I have not had any periods becasue of the injection. Please help


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replied December 15th, 2010
First Trimester of Pregnancy Answer A17815
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
Your normal fertility can return back in about a month’s time after you miss your Depo shot. The symptoms of nausea, tiredness, cramps, spotting could be suggestive of pregnancy. Visit your gynecologist/obstetrician for examination and blood test to confirm/rule out pregnancy.
Take care.



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