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Unprotected sex after taking depo shot, delayed periods, nausea, cramps. Chances of pregnancy?

I was off the depo shot for 6 months. Two weeks before I got it again I had unprotected sex with my partner. A few days later I got my period (dec 19). Then december 31st I went back on the depo shot. That same week again me and my partner engaged in sex a couple time that week. I am now 5 days late on my period. I m getting the lower cramps . Fatigue and nausea . Could I be pregnant. And could a test come back negative even if I am because of the depo shot?
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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The chance of being pregnant is very low after using depo shot .
Irregular menstruation is the most common effect of contraception.
Lower cramps ,fatigue and nausea may be from PMS.
If the periods do not come you should do an ultrasound to rule out.
Take care of your self
Answered: Sun, 1 Dec 2013
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