I have liquid coming out of my nipples what should I do? I tested negative in september for pregnancy. I'm on the Depo-Provera shot for birth control. Could I be pregnant?

You . You should have a pregnancy test, and if it is negative then you should have other types of blood tests such as prolactin. I don't know your age but you should have a complete breast examination also, and if you are at the appropriate age then you should have a mammogram. It is unusually to have this symptom (galactorrhea) and you need a medical evaluation.

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Reading Instructions. They are not truly pregnancy symptoms, but hormone level symptoms. If you read the instructions or information that came with your prescription you would have learned that many females on DEPO get this side effect of feeling they have become pregnant. This is NORMAL for DEPO and you may need to redefine what you think are 'pregnancy' symptoms as what they really are: something else. Read more...

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Plan b. If this is your first Depo-Provera provera, you should take Plan B or another emergency contraceptive as soon as possible. I usually tell my patients that they should use a condom back up the first month of Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) use. Read more...

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