I would doubt it, since they give you a preg test before first shot, but no bc is 100%, so take test or see doc. In my experience with depo, the first two shots gave me the worst cramps I have ever had, with spotting and bleeding. I took the shot for a year, and even though its not part of your question, I do NOT recommend depo for anyone. It really messes you up, also they have published reports that it causes bone mass loss after two years of it. My gyn said she would've stopped the shot before two years.
The signs that show up are cramping, spotting, vomiting.
There are many warning signs of pregnancy. Some warning signs include tingling nipples, spotting, cramping, morning sickness, swollen breasts, a missed period, and/or darkened nipples.
Yes they can both be early signs of pregnancy.
Of course! Cramping is a normal symptom Cramping can be caused by many things. If you have no other signs and symptoms, cramping is not a sign of pregnancy.
yes, both are signs. cramping is from the implantation of the egg in the uterine lining
A missed period is the most common, breast tenderness, fatigue, dizzy spells, nausea & vomiting, cramping, spotting, backache.
Light spotting and cramping, sore breasts, fatigue, morning sickness, a missed period, and mood swings are all signs of pregnancy.
Sometimes spotting (pink discharge) and mild cramping are signs of implantation of the fertilized egg in the uterus. However, you may be ovulating and experiencing mittelschmerz (middle of the month pain or ovulation pain). Spotting can sometimes occur with ovulation. If you continue to experience spotting and pain, see your physician.
Yes - take a pregnancy test
Cramping, nausea, and fatigue can be signs of pregnancy. These symptoms, along with tender, swollen breasts, and frequent urination are the first signs of pregnancy, after a missed period.
Yes. Mild cramping, sore breasts, light spotting, every body getting on your nerves, fatigue. All signs that your period is coming, but it never does. Must be pregnant!
Spotting and Cramping are two of the most common early signs of pregnancy, also look out for tiredness, frequent head aches and the obvious one...morning sickness, i would say your next step is to see a pharmacist for a pregnancy test and then book in to your doctor/midwife (depending on the result ofcourse), Good Luck! :)
Depends on the severity of the cramping. Cramping like its your period is normal. watch for other signs.
not likely unless there is cramping backache signs of labor..it could just be spotting from the new pregnancy
Brown spotting is a common side effect on Depo. Signs of pregnancy are absent periods and a positive pregnancy test.
These ARE signs of pregnancy, but they are also signs of your period arriving. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period
Spotting is a common side effect with contraceptive implants. Signs of pregnancy are absent periods and positive pregnancy test.
missed period, cramping, etc. or just go buy a pregnancy test. easy as that!
Might be for you. Cramping is a yes. http://www.americanpregnancy.org/gettingpregnant/earlypregnancysymptoms.html
Signs of pregnancy on the implant are lack of bleeding and positive pregnancy test. Irregular bleeding on the implant is a side effect, and not a sign of pregnancy.
It's just PMS! Believe me, I know!
Check out this website for information on teen pregnancy and symptoms of pregnancy http://www.pregnancy-info.net/topic_teen_pregnancy.html Hello there. The signs of pregnancy at thirteen are the same as they would be at any age. A missed period, tiredness, tummy cramping, spotting blood, breasts tenderness and nipple tenderness, veins on breasts, nausea, over emotional, food adversions and/or cravings.
there are more than 3 signs of pregnancy. There's nausea, fatigue, late period, breast soreness, cramping, a metallic taste in the mouth etc
yes they could, all those symptoms are those of pregnancy
Usual signs of pregnancy are: Morning Sickness Cramping Spotting Fatigue Need to pee frequently Most common sign would be missing a period. But every pregnancy is different as some people can go through out their whole pregnancy with their period and some don't show any symptoms at all. If you are pregnant, good luck:)