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I was on depo for about 2 1/2 years, I have been off of it for a year now and started to get my periods again last November, they have fairly regular with spotting in between. I entered in all my information of when is get my periods and how long, all my spotting etc in this app. Since November and they felt my periods were 48 days apart, yet I would spot fairly heavy for 2-3 days in between each 7 day period. Well my last cycle began on Feb 12 and lasted 5 days compared to usual 7. Since then I have not gotten another period, nor have I even spotted. I've taken multiple home pregnancy tests and all have been negative. I'm wondering whether i shpuld make an appt with my Dr to get checked out or not to find out what is going on and why I've been fairly regular and now I'm jot, hut my tests are negative. Any suggestions would be great.
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I'm going through the same thing I'm five days late getting negative test results. I would go to my doctors office and see cause they can do a blood test
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Hello! I just joined this community and hope I can get some help. I have a 2yrs old daughter and had to stop breastfeeding when she was 4months, my breasts got dried within a week. I had sex with my boyfriend on the 27th and 28th of August, then while we were having again on the 3rd of September, my breasts began leaking milk, i had a HPT but it was negative. My period started earlier than usual on the 8th instead of 11th and the flow is not as heavy as usual, a HPT still showed negative but I still feel pregnant, Could I be?
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