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How can i come to know that i am pregnant ?

I had my last period on may 28- june 4. I was on the demo for a yr and had to be prescribed just preva to induce my period. Which worked. I ve had sex multiple times w/o protection n now have brown bleeding for the past 4 days. Also Im nauseas have slight cramping n feel a little more tired than usual. I was pregnant before n this is similar to how I felt but im still unsure. What do u think am I possibly pregnant again?
Asked On : Thu, 16 Jun 2011
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Provera is a progesterone hormone given to induce periods in those whose cycles are erratic and unpredictable. Side effects include breakthrough bleeding which occurs usually after stopping the drug. Nausea will also be present. Nothing to worry unless the bleeding is heavy and continues for more days. You should be able to have pretty normalised periods from now on. If you want to conceive you may do, within 2-3 cycles, after consultation with your Gynaecologist.
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