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i got my depo shoton feb 23 i had unprotected sexwith my boyfriend on feb 25. the only symptoms like i have hadare a little fluttering just on one side like i have also took two home test they both said neg.


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replied May 4th, 2012
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Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

Deposhots privide protection against pregnancy immediately if taken just after the periods.They are quite effective in pregnancy prevention if taken regularly when due.Just fluttering cannot be a symptom indicative of pregnancy.

If after the shots you had regular periods and spotting then pregnancy chances are remote.Get a Blood hcg test done for pregnancy determination if the periods have not resumed after the shots.It would require a detailed examination and investigations to rule out the cause.
Kindly visit a Gynaecologist for evaluation.

Take Care!


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