My birth control Depo shot expired the beginning of April 2010 and I haven't stopped having unprotected sex with my partner. We have sex almost every day, some of the times up to 3 and 4 rounds. I have only gotten my period twice in the past 5 months, last time about 2 months ago. About 3 weeks ago I started experiencing soar breast and aureolas, they've gotten better but are still in some sort of pain and have grown noticeably in the last month. I'm pretty confused because I've been taking a pregnancy test every 2 weeks for the past two months and all have been negative.
I'm hoping that someone can tell me what might be wrong with me and if all the sex I'm having may be the cause of this, maybe extra production of hormones, Undetected pregnancy. Etc.
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