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I have recently been having signs of pregnacy... like cramps, bloating, nauseua, cravings, etc. but the thing is, is that I'm on the depo. Also to let you know, I found out I have HPV within the week of my last shot and that same week had testing could that affected me? Or instead of being pregnant could it be something else?

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replied December 5th, 2009
Am I Pregnant Answer A8241
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum

Usually on depot preparations pregnancy does not occur. However take a blood pregnancy test and see if it is positive. HPV will not cause cramps, bloating, nausea, cravings, etc.

These symptoms could however be seen in a severe bout of acidity that comes and goes. GERD or acid reflux, IBS and hiatal hernia are also the possibilities. It could also be intolerance to certain types of food like gluten, lactose, citrus fruits, egg, sea food etc.

Please consult your doctor and get yourself examined as a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net. Hope this helps. Take care!

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