I started Depo Christmas of 11, then got one more shot on March 25. I decided not to have another due to weight gain. I was due for my shot June 25, and had unprotected sex on June 3rd, 9th, and 11th with withdrawal. (I already know it doesn't work but that was when I was still supposed to be protected by Depo).
I haven't had another shot, but I had protected sex the 14th and 16th of July with condoms. The first time we used both a condom and withdrawal and made sure there were no holes. The second time we used a condom and he didn't even ejaculate or finish.
I'm really worried because since I stopped Depo I had brownish spotting and now the spotting has stopped and I have white discharge. What is it from? Is there a pregnancy possibility? I thought it took 6 months to be fertile again off of Depo, and we used protection after I missed the shot. Am I freaking out over nothing?
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