hi i am new to this but i was hoping someone could answer this for me ive been on depo for 7 years and dont take periods and ive missed getting it this time by 2 weeks and have sex do u think i could be pregent thanks for reading xx
Its unlikely because depo hangs around the body much longer than that. It took 3 months ttc after i was due a depo and didn't have it ie. got my positive preg reading 6 months after my last depo shot, and I only ever had 2 shots in total. Also i've heard it is common to take longer to concieve if you've been on depo for a long time. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone as a form of b/c who plan on having kids in the future - can knock your system off track for a while. But good luck anyway, hope you get the result you're after.
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