Hello, Anon_182444 and welcome. I am sorry to hear about your miscarriage.
You'll need to talk to your doctor to find out if you need to change from your regular schedule of Depo Provera injections or not. Brown discharge is usually old blood, but if you're concerned you may have an infection, please see your doctor. Your doctor will also be able to retest to see if you're pregnant or not.
Let you're regular moderator, Andie, know how you;re doing,
Take a Home Pregnancy Test so you can stop worrying. Pregnancy is never diagnosed on symptoms alone, because so many things can cause "pregnancy-like" symptoms. In fact, if you read the information the doctor gave you about Depo Provera , you may see some of the things you've mentioned listed there. You'll also see it's 99% effective.
Sorry you haven't had an luck yet getting a BFP. While "most" women ovulate in the middle of their cycle (about 14 days), your body doesn't have to be "average." That's one reason we tell women there is no "safe" time in their cycle when they cannot get pregnant, since we don't know who is ovulating when from month-to-month.
You can read this article about Period Blood Color , and learn what brown blood can mean. If your period doesn't start, you can take a Home Pregnancy Test , or see your doctor for more help. Remember, that it is possible for semen to live several days.
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