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Had C-section done, missed period. Had sex. Used depo provera. Worried, am I pregnant?

hi, i m 30 years old lady. i have a baby 3 month ago with c section. n i have my period after 2 months of my child birth. my first day of last m/period was on dec 23rd 2012..after that i dont have my perid till to date.i went to nurse n did my urine test but i m not pregant n i put depopovera shots.i had sex after 10 days of that shots. now also i m not having my period.i had suppse to have period on 23rd of januay i m worried is i m pregant? need ur help.
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Mar 2013
Thank you for your query.
Periods are generally irregular after childbirth and normalize within 3 - 6 months.
However, the Depo provera shots will further cause irregular cycles.
Within the first month of any kind of contraceptive use, particularly hormonal contraception, a backup method like condom is recommended.
As you are overdue, take a urine pregnancy test to confirm.
Take care.
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