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What could be the cause of heavy periods after stopping the depo ?

I was on the Depo shot from Jan=march. I never got the next shot because i didn t like the depo. I had my period from April 25th-29th. April 30th I Had sex used a condom which didnt break and took plan b. Saturday May 7th I had what i feel is another period. It has been going since Saturday. ITs been Heavy at times but then light at other times. It started off a brownish color and by Sunday it was a deep red color. It stop on May 11th. I just started a birth control pill on the 13th of May. I have taken 8 pregnacy test and all of have been neg. I haven t gotten my period yet. I m not sure anymore when my next one is due. What could be going on? Whats the chance of me being pregnant .
Asked On : Mon, 30 May 2011
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Chances of pregnancy are almost nil.You need not have taken plan b just after your period stopped.You were not ovulating at that time.The period you had after that is due to withdrawal bleeding from the plan b.If you started you oc pill on 13th may then you have to continue the packet till your pill free days when you will bleed.
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