I'm 52 years old and I was getting Depo-Provera injections for several years. Unfortunately, nobody at my doctor's office warned me of the risks associated with this. They just kept giving the injections every 3 months without discussing anything with me. I've since switched doctors. But that's neither here nor there at this point. Anyway, my last injection was in February of 2010 (I was 51 years old at the time). Because the Depo-Provera had prevented me from menstruating for years, I had no way of knowing if I was menopausal, so my hormone levels were checked in June of 2010 and came back with the result that I was, in fact, in menopause. I never had another Depo-Provera injection and assumed that because the blood work showed that I was in menopause, I'd never have to deal with periods again. Then, last week, I started bleeding. It acted just like my periods always were -- the same amount of bleeding and for the same number of days as my periods always were. So my question is -- am I experiencing post-menopausal bleeding? Or could it be that I'm not actually menopausal yet and the blood work that showed that I'm menopausal was actually wrong because Depo-Provera was still in my system and affected the results? I don't want to go through a bunch of time-consuming testing and spend a lot of time being scared out of my mind if I'm actually perimenopausal instead of menopausal. Help, please!