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    So confused, please help
    natalia063002 posted:
    I stopped taking BC pills on October 21st 2012. On October 27th I started my period that lasted until November 4th and it was compleatly normal. I only took BC pills for a month before stopping but was on Depo shot for nine months prior. I have taken Depo Provera in the past and started my period immediatly after stopping. Well, I had that one period in October then nothing in Nov, Dec, and nothing this month. I hae had two blood tests that say I am not pregnant. On january 10th I was prescribed 10 days worth of Provera, my last pill was on the 19th, today is the 29th and I still hae not started. We are trying to conceive and I have never in my life had menstrual problems. is there something wrong with me? Could I be pregnant? If I am pregnant would it even show up yet? Im so frusterated. Any comments would be very helpful. Thank you all.

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