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Nauseated, headaches, tender breasts, stretch marks. Got a shot. Pregnancy?

I got my shot just about three months ago, and I have been on the shot for 2.5 years. I have recently gained weight, I am nauseous if I dont eat when I am Hungry, my breasts are tender and growing. I have pregnancy like stretch marks and get headaches often. All of the home pregnancy tests say negative with faint lines. Could I be pregnant
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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Weight gain, breast tenderness, headaches, irregular cycles are all part of the picture when you use depo shots. As you are due for your next shot now, you have to use some other contraception until you get your next dose. Pregnancy has to be excluded if you had unprotected intercourse after the effect of the drug has worn off. You should get further suggestions from your doctor to rule out pregnancy. Take care.
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