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period like cramping

By Anonymous May 10, 2010 - 10:59pm
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Hi! i have my period every 27 to 28 day, so in april i started my period on the 1st it went for 3 days (we are trying to get pregnant since i went of the depo back in may 2009) and still in april my period started on the 26 again but i only bleed for 2 days it was light dont know if this is just implant bleeding or what. So it came early dont know y but now we are in May the date is the 11th and iv been having period like cramping for 2 weeks now and in the morning i have bad wind pain and have to go to the bathroom, i do feel like i have to sleep more. so i would love to know if i am pregnant. i have 9 days till my period should start it stays at 25 day cycle, just dont know. ( i do have go to the loo for number 2s alot for the 2 weeks) if u can help thats great thank u.

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Hello Anonymous
I really can't tell you if you are pregnant. Have you tried a test? I know that after using Depo your hormones can be off for a while, but I would guess after a year they'd be back to normal.

I suggest an over the counter test. Read the instructions carefully, because they are all a little different and people do sometimes make mistakes with them. Usually they say they are accurate about 10-14 days after you've had unprotected sex, so it seems in your case it may be worth doing.

We get questions like yours regularly, so maybe reading the discussions will help you? http://www.empowher.com/community/ask/what-does-implantation-bleeding-look

I know how hard it is when you are impatient to get pregnant. It's constantly in your head! Good luck to you.

May 12, 2010 - 6:28am
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