Had unprotected sex twice in the past 4 days. No BC pills since may, no Depo-Provera since October, no IUD since March. Is my body able to become prego?

Yes. If there are no congenital reasons or scarring from infections, you should be able to conceive now. Sometimes it may take up to a year after discontinuing birth control methods, though. Try stress reduction as much as possible, if you want to conceive.
Most definitely. Once off any form of contraception, you are able to conceive. It may take longer with the different methods but you sure can if intimacy is during your ovulation period.

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I was on Depo-Provera for a year I got off in Dec 2013 I recently got on the implanon on May 15, 2014 which is 6 days ago I had unprotected sex can I be prego?

Maybe, not likely. the Depo lasts 3 months, but usually 4, especially if you were on it for a while. so, it is really not likely but NOT IMPOSSIBLE that your ovaries woke up! take a urine test in one week or a blood test ordered by your doc in 5 days should tell you Y or N!! good luck! Read more...

I wasa month late on my Depo-Provera shot and had a 2 week period after I took my shot it stopped, I had unprotected sex 1 week after my shot could I be prego?

Not likely. Depo-provera is one of the most effective forms of birth control, as long as you get the shot every 3 months as directed. Irregular or absent periods are an expected side effect. Failure rates are 1-3%. Anytime you suspect that you may be pregnant the best thing to do is to take home pregnancy test. They are cheap, reliable and available at any pharmacy. In minutes you will have your answer. Read more...

Two months ago my depo provera (medroxyprogesterone) stopped & I didn't take it any more I had unprotected sex multiple times, just had my period yesterday could I be prego?

Unprotected. There is always a chance of pregnancy if you are unprotected. In addition there is a risk to contract sexually transmitted diseases. Utilizing condoms should be a MUST. Since you have had your normal period after having unprotected intercourse you are most likely not pregnant, however, you should see your provider to be checked for transmitted diseases and contraception. Read more...

So I have been on Depo-Provera for about a month now I had unprotected sex a week or so ago I am cramping and having some light brownish pink discharge. Prego?

Not likely. Depo-provera is a highly reliable form of contraception when administered and received correctly. Spotting or break-through-bleeding is also very common. Using condoms with depo-provera is needed to provide protection against sexually transmitted disease. When started during the first 5 days of the cycle, backup contraception is not necessary. Read more...
Most likely STD. Unprotected sex puts you at risk for stds. Brownish/pink discharge could be a symptom of endometritis -- potentially secondary to chlamydia or gonorrhea. Alternatively, depo occasionally induces dysfunctional uterine bleeding in some patients, which could produce brown discharge. Finally, this could be pregnancy. I would follow up with your gynecologist or a local clinic in the next 24 hours. Read more...