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Had unprotected sex. Had spotting. Delayed periods. Pregnancy test negative. Still be pregnant?

I first got the depo shot in Nov of 2009 and stopped it in August of 2012. I started taking the pill in October 0f 2012 and had a period for Oct, Nov and Dec 0f 2012. My last period begin Dec 28 2012 and I ve had unprotected sex Jan 3rd, the 7th, the 9th and the 10th of 2013. I ve had spottinf on the day of Jan 12th and the 13th it was a brownish color. My next period was suppose to come on Jan 25 2012 and it s now the 31st and ther s still no period. I have took 5 pregnancy test and all came back negative I am starting to get worried. I really think i could be pregnant but all test were negative Im starting to get confused. Could i still be pregnant or could me being on depo then changing to the pill play a part?
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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Your depo shot is not likely to have any effect after so long. You may be experiencing some hormonal disturbance as your chance of ovulation is less as you are on pills; even then if a failure is suspected, your ovulation date should fall around 8th-10th of January and if you have by chance conceived, you would not be having spotting so soon as implantation bleeding is seen 10-14 days after conception. Getting consecutive negative pregnancy tests almost rules out a pregnancy. Maintain a healthy body weight, get some regular exercise and eat healthy. See your doctor for further advice. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 6 Feb 2013
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