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    depo and pregnancy only had one shot am I able to conceive quickly?
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    mommyof32be posted:
    i only had one shot of depo and ive been bleeding for the past month my other shot was due on the 6 and i decided not to get it due to the fact me and my husband decided we wanted to conceive... ive had a slight temp the past week does that mean i could be ovulating or tryin to ovulate ive always heard your temp rises and stays consistent when you do... i had normal periods the whole time on the depo until i came to the end of it... so does that mean i might be able to conceive sooner than stated or am i still in the same time range as 6 months or longer?
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