If it's been less than a week since you had unprotected sex, then I would say it's unlikely you're experiencing pregnancy symptoms. If it's been around or over two weeks since you had sex, then it would be a good idea to take an at-home pregnancy test.
If you're still unsure after you take the test, call your OB or the doctor who prescribed the Depo-Provera and let them know what's going on and about your fears. They'll be able to counsel you on what to do going forward and on birth control options that might fit into your schedule better.
I had sex three days ago. Since then, I've been nauseous but I managed to eat something today. I'm also experiencing gas, constipation, slight dizziness, and lightheadedness. I also have swollen breasts, especially the left one, thrush, and I just woke up with sharp pains on my left side by and above my ovaries all the way to the middle of my stomach. It felt like PMS pains. I'm not due for another 14 days. Are these pregnancy symptoms or something else?
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