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    Trying to get Prego
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    An_239701 posted:
    I was on Depo since April 2007 and stopped taking it Jan 2010. We have been trying every since, basically evey day to every other day. However I haven't had a regular cycle since I started Depo. My last cycle (May) lasted 1 entire month and before then (April) 1 week (28 days before it started again). The cycle that lasted 1 entire month, I kept having stomach/pelvic pain. I went to the ER and they found a mass (something like a mass). I went to an OB/GYN and they saw it also. My appetite has increased dramatically and I sleep more. All pregnancy tests has shown negative. Could I still be pregnant?
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    meka200688 responded:
    Also I have been nauseas and always want ice cream/milk shake, rice crispy treats, and vanilla grandma cookies


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