long heavy period, possible fetal movement maybe just gas?
Okay this may be long sorry...
okay so I got the depo shot in September 2 weeks before my period was due, my period was about 2 weeks late but I got it and I have been bleeding since and I mean normal period blood, sometimes very heavy but non stop until about 10days ago then i stopped bleeding entirely and then I started bleeding extremely heavy just this morning again. Also a couple days ago I felt a tiny movement and then i just felt one again... with that being said i have 4 movements feel and i know what fetal movements feel like, this kind of felt like one but I could just be freaking out and over reacting.
Also when I push on my belly there is no firmness what so ever, if I was far enough along to feel fetal movement I would feel a little round ball correct?
I no the depo makes your periods strange... does it sound like I could be pregnant or like I should get myself checked out for something else?
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