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Started depo provera. Had unprotected sex. Pregnancy test showed negative. What are the findings?

Hello I started depo provera last year in February of 2012.My last shot was in November 15th.My nurse said to use protection within the first 7-10 days.I had sex that same day unprotected.Now my boyfriend has been gone for 3 months.The last time I had sex was December 14th.Now my stomach is big and very hard,I feel sick all the time.I also crave foods I would never eat.I took a pregnancy test and it said negative.I was wondering if I could possibly be and if I need a blood test.Please help I am only 16.
Asked On : Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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Thanks for your query. If you feel you have missed your periods, which is common problem with depo-provera i strongly feel you should get a ultrasound pelvis to rule out any other pathology like OVARIAN CYST, before scan get yourself evaluated from a OBGY specialist.

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Answered: Thu, 16 May 2013
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