If I had unprotected sex, a month after my Depo-Provera worn off can I get pregnant, and I took only one Depo-Provera shot?

Possibly. Not highly likely that you resumed ovulating right after depo "wore off" but its not impossible. Far more likely for you to get an std. Use caution. If miss a period, can check a home pregnancy test.

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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...

Can I get pregnant? I got a Depo-Provera shot 2 1/2 months ago, and have had one every 3 months for over a year. I had unprotected sex and am concerned.

The . The depo shot lasts for 12 weeks, so it would be extremely unlikely that you could pregnant. If you had continued concerns then take a test, but it is unlikely. Read more...

How soon after missing one dose of the Depo-Provera shot can I get pregnant after having unprotected sex?

Immediately. The Depo-Provera shot is only guaranteed to block pregnancy until its next due date. After that you have a chance of getting pregnant. The chance is not as high as it will be as time goes on, but it is possible. Read more...

How soon can I get pregnant if my first Depo-Provera shot ended a week ago and I haven't gotten the next one. I've had unprotected sex twice.

Variable. Return to fertility is variable with depo. The depo schedule is designed for the best contraceptive effectiveness and should be adhered to. If you are just one week late for your next scheduled dose you should still be protected, but the effectiveness is decreasing the longer you go. Read more...