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Is it normal to have irregular periods after coming off the depo shot and is bleeding normal after intercourse?


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2005-11-12 04:55:18
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Irregular bleeding after coming off the depo shot is common as your system is getting used to the loss of the hormones in your system. Bleeding after intercourse is usually a sign of infection. You may need to see your doctor about that. I HAD IRREGULAR BLEEDING FOR SIX MONTHS AFTER COMING OFF THE INJECTION, SO YES IT IS NORMAL I KNOW IT CAN BE VERY FRUSTRATING BUT SOME PEOPLE DONT EVEN GET A PERIOD FOR MONTHS, SO ITS A GOOD SIGN THAT YOUR BODY IS TRYING TO GET ITS NORMAL CYCLE BACK ,AS FOR BLEEDING AFTER INTERCOURSE I HAD THAT AS WELL IT MAY BE A INFECTION THATS TRUE BUT FOR ME IT WAS JUST THE WASTE FROM MY BODY, I DONT THINK YOU SHOUD WORRIE BUT THESE THINGS ARE ALWAYS BEST CHHEKED OUT IF ONLY FOR YOUR PIECE OF MIND BEST OF LUCK XXX I was on depo for about 3 years, when I started having irregular bleeding after sex I got off it, even though I didnt have an just didnt seem healthy, and I took it as a sign from my body that it was time to stop.


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If you got really fat recently, or you were really fat and now you're skinny, it can make you have irregular periods. answer underweight or overweight can cause irregular periods I have irregular periods I'm underweight. If its comes up negative it means your not pregnant. wait 2 weeks after your surpose to come on and try taking a pregnancy test then. I would say at the moment go see a doctor and find out what the problem could be.

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If I understand correctly your periods have been 2-3 weeks apart. It is very unlikely you are pregnant. Most women ovulate 2 weeks before a period. If your periods continue coming so close together go to the doctor as you may be bleeding excessively.

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you may be coming on i usually get period pains a few days before i start to bleed and then get none when i am bleeding

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