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Late period. On depo. Chances of pregnancy?

Hello im 15wks nd 3 days i.took a pregnancy test in september but came back negative this will b my second child with my first child i had a late pregnancy i was told i was pregnant at 5 months but Now since i was on depo but stop taking it in april is this a possibiliy i can b pregnant i havent r├ęcieve a period yet since the last time i had sex in aug 24 2012
Asked On : Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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Hello, I would be happy to help you with your question.

If you are actually 15 3/7 weeks right now, you would have conceived around July 27th. If you had a pregnancy test in September that was negative, then you were NOT pregnant in September, and your assumptions about being 15 weeks are incorrect.

In the first year after depo, cycles can be extremely irregular. You need to go into the doctor and get a blood pregnancy test to sort this out. If the test is negative, then you are not pregnant.

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Answered: Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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