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Can I get pregnant while taking depo-provera injections ?

I ve received 2 injections the last was Dec. 28th no pt was done but have had nausea , fatigue some spotting instead of a period for the last coupla mths, my abdomen has gotten bigger w/o pain or gas, some constipation & diarrhea , dont kno if my breast change cause i just stopped brest feeding a coupla mths ago, SN i have a 6mth old! i ve also had some rhthmatic thumping in the LLQ of my abdomen, some fluttering, HPT was neg, stomach is round & seems 2 b getting bigger, it hasn t gone down after any BMs( even diarrhea), & sometimes i feel like i m experiencing Braxton Hicks
Asked On : Thu, 10 Mar 2011
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The symptoms you are describing could be side effects of Depo injection .Please get a pregnancy test done or better get a ultrasound done it will give confirmation regarding pregnancy.
Answered: Thu, 10 Mar 2011
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