I have not seen my period since september ,tired all the time, feeling quesy, and when i went to the bathroom i had some bloody show and it was real light but it was only that one time and nothing since, I took tests and it said i wasnt so im unsure of what could be going on with my body. Please helpView Thread
I saw my doctor and she says because i was on depo for three mo it could be one of the signs from that.... I just dont know.... i havent had depo sine june and i only got three shots. i get sick now with the smell of dog food, my son was feeding the dog the other day and i got so sick on top of that i have been so tired and eating all the time. imma get a test tomorrow to find out and if im not something is not right,........View Thread
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