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Stopped Depo Provera. No period. Could I be pregnant? Abdominal pain, dizziness

hello my name is gemma im worried i came of the depo provera about 5-6-7 months ago and have had 3 regular cycles in months october november and i am come on around the 22nd-23rd of the months but this decmeber i had no period and im worried if i could be pregnant i have taken 7 ovulation tests two came came up not ovulation and the others came up ovulating with very heavy lines for ovulation , but i have not had a pregnancy test yet the only things i have been experiencing really bad is sharp shooting pains in my abdomen and ovaries i have had no spotting or sickness just extremley tired and dizzy and the pains do you know what it could be ?
Asked On : Sat, 5 Jan 2013
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Mar 2016
You are suffering from missed period for last month with lower abdominal pain & dizziness.
Depot shot is very much effective in preventing unwanted pregnancy.But there has several side effects like irregular period,prolonged infertility after discontinuation,wt change,headache etc.
First of all,do a Urine/blood test for B-hcg to confirm/exclude pregnancy. If negative,do the followings:
USG lower abdomen and some hormone tests like thyroid profile,LH/FSH etc to rule out underlying pathology if any.Stress/anxiety,hormonal imbalance,wt gain/loss,thyroid prob,irregular eating habit may causes delayed period. So consult with your doctor to take suggestive measures.
Take Tab DROTIN DS or other anti spasmodic medicine to get some relief.
Avoid stress,take healthy diet with Vit-E & Folic acid supplements,control body wt and proper sleep.
Be well.

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