Quit birth control over 3 months ago, no period but white creamy discharge & brown clumpy discharge with mild cramps. What could it be? Was on Depo-Provera

Possible. It's always possible to get pregnant. Home pregnanccy tests generally do not become positive until you are about one week late. If that test is negative, repeat it in one week and call your doctor.

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I have recently gotten Depo-Provera which I have been on before and my vagina feels swollen its tender to the touch and I have a white creamy discharge it's uncomphertable when I pee but if I put a warm rag on it it feels better. Soap burns my inner lips

Not the Depo. You have some type of a vulvo-vaginal infection. There are otc tests for these type of infections yet it sounds like yeast! Cold compresses and a soaking cool bath can help and if yeast get an otc yeast med cream for inside and on the outside.

Is it normal to have a period for a month or longer while taking the Depo-Provera birth control shot? My period goes from heavy to spotting this brown colored blood to nothing. This is my second birth control shot.

It. It is normal to have prolonged bleeding (a continuous period) and spotting in the first few months you are on the depo-provera shot. However, if you feel like your bleeding is excessive or if you are concerned you should contact your doctor. Below, I've linked to a website that can give you more in-depth information on the Depo-Provera shot.

I have no STIs, a clear pap smear, no birth control. I have been getting brown painful periods that last 2 wks my 1 and only Depo-Provera was 15 months ago?

Anovulatory bleeding. Pregnancy is always on the list of possibilities when a woman has abnormal uterine bleeding or cycles. You may be having anovulatory cycles (cycle without producing an egg from the ovary). If a urine pregnancy test is negative, I would recommend evaluation by your gynecologist, and treatment will depend on the cause of the abnormal bleeding and your current short-term pregnancy goals.

I been off birth control (depo provera) for almost three months I've had two periods n I'm currently in my second I want to get pregnant how long?

Could be awhile. Depo will be officially active for 3 months in your system. There may be residual inhibition of ovulation for 6, 9, or 12 months, however. You should resume normal monthly periods sometime between 3 and 6 months, however, and you can assume that you have returned to ovulating once your normal cycle returns.

I have been on the Depo-Provera shot birth control for about two months now and since I began I've constantly had brown discharge is this normal?

Yes. Sounds like the system is getting used to the new regimen. Give it about three cycles (months). If the bleeding is still irregular, a work up (ob/gyn) would be reasonable.

I missed 2 weeks of birth control, I've had protected sex, but I am now a week late on my period and I have white creamy discharge, what does this mea?

DO Pregnancy Testing. I do not mean to be funny, but it means it is time to put the smart phone down and get a home pregnancy test. If you cannot afford a test then please call your local planned parenthood so they can test you and get you into good health care for anything you need if you are pregnant.