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Took depo shot. Did not have periods. Having light periods now. Pregnancy tests negative. Reason?

I am not sure how far along I am in my pregnancy or if I am even pregnant. I have taken four pregnancy test and they have all came out negative can I be pregnant? I hadn t started my menstral cycle for two months and just within the last week I had started some what of a period for about 4 days now. I got th depo shot in november but about two or a week before I got the depo I felt a litle knot or ball in my lower section what can it mean?
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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The chance of being pregnant is very low ,for two reason:
you are on depo shot
and pregnancy test negative.
Light periods is from the effect of contraception.
The little knot in your lower section can be from the premenstrual pain.
Do not be worried and take for your self
Answered: Sun, 1 Dec 2013
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