Took Depo-Provera once and no period for a month and 20 days and negative pregnancy tests can I be pregnant?

Unlikely. Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) generally works for 3 months to prevent pregnancy. Its most common "side effect" is amenorrhea or no period. Most women on Depo-Provera do not have a period. Some will have intermittent spotting. Few have regular periods while on Depo-Provera provera.

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I'm 4 months late on my period but have had 3 negative pregnancy tests and no signs of pregnancy. What is wrong with me? I used to be on Depo-Provera too.

Depo. What was the reason for the depo - irregular periods or for contraception. If you have a history of irregular periods, then now that you are off depo, the irregularity might be the issue. Also remember that depo lasts about 12-15wks, so depending on when your last depo was, the effect could still be present. Good health. Read more...

I started Depo-Provera shots 5 months ago, my last shot was in may & haven't gotten my period in 2 1/2 months, I've taken pregnancy tests and they' negative?

DEPO. Depo shots last about three months. If you had a shot in may you would be covered into august. There is absolutely no need for you to be doing pregnancy testing in july. Women on depo do not have periods in general. Read more...

Okay I used 'pull out method 1 month ago I'm on Depo-Provera provera (medroxyprogesterone) took 2 pregnancy tests both negative. Could I still be pregnant? I'm having some symptoms

Doubtful. Without a description of your symptoms,a good answer to your question is difficult to provide. A repeat pregnancy test may be on order buy I would recommend a visit to your primary medical provider so a more complete picture can be obtained to get the appropriate answer and quality care. Read more...

If all my pregnancy tests came out negative but I have swollen breast, spotting brown, spiting am I pregnant or is it from me being on Depo-Provera last month?

Depot Side Effects. The side effects of a depot can include all the sx you describe: http://www.Drugs.Com/sfx/depo-provera-side-effects.Html. Of course, they are also signs of pregnancy. I would repeat the pregnancy test to be sure, but either way, you might want to call your gynecologist and discuss it with him. Read more...