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    Fertile Mucus on Depo?!?
    MommyCole1111 posted:
    Hi ladies and congrats on your pregnancys. Sorry I am not pregnant I am just looking for advice and dont know where else to post for advice. Anyone gotten pregnant on depo? I just got mucus back after I had a horrible dry spell from depo, I received the shot 9 weeks ago. No as of a few days ago the dry spell went away. Now I have what seems to be fertile mucus... I am confused and freaking out.. its not alot but whats there it clear and stretchy. I am wondering why I would have this on depo? and why it would come back so sudden?? If you have any advice I would appreciate it or a similar experience? Sorry to post on your 1st tri but I figure maybe someone on here had gotten preggo off depo possibly. TIA
    xybugsmomma responded:
    I am pregnant now and i was on depo. You may want to make sure you are not pregnant and if not you may want to see your dr to see whats up. I have never had that problem with it...just weight gain
    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi MommyCole111,

    You may want to re-post your question with our Women's Health Community for more response. We have a great expert, Jane Harrison Hohner, RN, she may be able to help or other members that use Depo may be able to comment.

    ksmanning responded:
    Depo doesn't always stop ovulation. It does sometimes. It changes the lining of the uterus so fertilized egg cannot implant. It is possible to get fertile mucus.
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