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due for my fourth Depo shot with symptoms of pregnancy

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Ive had 3 doses of Depo Provera, when i first got i had symptoms of pregnancy. I figured it was just my hormones so i didnt worry about it, took multiple tests to be sure and i wasnt pregnant. I had my first dose in Nov. 2013, im due for my fourth one in Nov 2014. But for the past week/couple weeks, ive been way tired than usual, i have sharp like pains in my left side randomly, my stomach gets hard, and i use the restroom alot more than i used to. Even if its not alot, i still have the feeling my bladder is going to explode. And i get headaches now, which i didnt use to get. And my stomach cramps up. My boyfriend and I always have unprotected sex, and he always finishes in me. Is it possible i could be pregnant?? Please help.


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replied September 17th, 2014
Birth Control Answer A49259
Hello and Welcome

I appreciate your concern.



To allay your fears Please get a pregnancy test done
soon. if negative twice over three days then
don't worry. if positive then get a blood
hcg and ultrasound for confirmation.

I would also recommend a change in your contraception
method to see how you tolerate that. Depo inj has less
than 1 percent failure.






Let me know if you have any query

wishing you best of health

Thanks


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