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Missed depo shot, sexually active, bright red bleeding then brownish, watery. Is that normal? Pregnant?

I have been on depo shot for over a year since my last pregnancy. I missed my depo shot on Feb. 19th I wasn't able to get another shot until about 2 weeks ago in Mid March and had been sexually active during the feb 19th date and the time I got my depo shot again. Also we were not careful during the first week after the depo shot. Now about a week ago I started feeling really blah, and day after intecourse I had bright red bleeding with a clot then the next day I had brownish bleeding that was watery and still have the brown stuff. Is that normal? Or could something be wrong or could I be pregnant? I am worried and not sure what to do.
Asked On : Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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Thanks for your query.
The chances of pregnancy have always been there with unprotected sexual intercourse because in your case you are not using any type of contraception so chances are there.
Bleeding may be because of withdrawal of depot injection.
Fertility restores immediately after withdrawal of depot shot.
Take care.
Answered: Mon, 13 May 2013
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