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#1 of 6 Old 01-28-2013, 03:51 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I was late to make an appt to get another dose of depo provera, completely spaced it.... I've been really busy with my 4 yo and 4 mo boys. :/ Im freaking out because I feel pregnant... semi sentive breasts, soft cervex, creamy white discharge. major adversion for eggs one of my fav foods.  I just feel sort of pregnant. What was a telltale sign for you??

I took a test today that came out negative. So... Im not sure...

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If your cycles are adjusting after birth it could be symptoms that come before your period, so you might just now be fertile for the first time. 

 

Tender breasts and slight nausea are common tricky symptoms because that progesterone that increases before your period actually is the same hormone that causes those symptoms when you are PG.

 

I guess just wait a few days and test again.  Do you know where you are in your cycle, such as signs of ovulation or the day of your last period?
 


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well, I had my period a few weeks ago and had sex every other day for 2 weeks after that. That was fisrt period since before getting pregnant with my 4mo. So it's hard to say, Ive never been great about keeping track

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Has it been two weeks then since your period ended, or maybe longer?  You'd probably expect the test to work in an "average" about three weeks after your period ended or four weeks after it started. Not much sooner. 


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It has been maybe 3 weeks give or take a few days, so Ill text again in a few days

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How late were you with the Depo?  In my experience, I had to be off of it for a long time before my cycles came back, and even then, they weren't regular for a few.


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