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Been on Depo-Provera for over a month had unprotected sex 5 weeks later after 1st shot switching from birthcontrol pills. Could I be preganant?

Possibly. If you had Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) a month ago, you should be protected. However, no method is 100%, if no period a week after it is due, get tested. Good luck! Read more...

I been on Depo-Provera for six months but got off of it in July and got switch too the pills I missed a couple of days and had unprotected sex can I be pregna?

Possible. Unprotected sex is always a risk for pregnancy as well as sexually transmitted diseases. If you missed a few pills, it is possible. Home pregnancy test about 3 wks or more after sex would help determine if you are pregnant. Read more...

I missed my Depo-Provera shot on october 11th and I recently had unprotected sex on november 10th. What is the possibility I can be or get pregnant?

The usual. Past 90 days you with depoprovera, you cannot count on birth control. So your chance of pregnancy is the same as anyone having sex without birth control. The rate of pregnancy in any given cycle is about 17%. Read more...

I recently stopped the Depo-Provera shot (oct 25) I received my period nov 12th regular heavy flow. I had unprotected sex nov 15 can I get pregnant?

Chance is low but. A healthy woman in her reproductive year can become pregnant at any time during her cycle, though the chance is greatest during/around time of ovulation and less so during active menstrual flow. It is difficult to know exactly when you ovulate, hence the chance of pregnancy any time. If you don't want pregnancy yet, use protection at all time--pills and/or condoms. Consult doc. Good luck. Read more...

Can I be pregnant if I have had unprotected sex 2 times during the time I was suppose to get my Depo-Provera shot through jan 7 th and 14 th 2015?

Pregnancy chances... Melissa, Any time sperm enters the vagina, there is always a chance of pregnancy; especially if you are near or at ovulation (mid-cycle). Best to obtain an examination from your physician, and a pregnancy test. Read more...