If I got my shot in January and was due back in April and never went and got my shot and I had unprotected sex a lot in March, is there a chance I could be pregnant? He came inside me. ANSWER: As long as you are getting your shot on time then you are still fully protected, even if you are experiencing spotting before you get your shot you are still protected.
It is recommended you get the shot right away.
Just know that any time you have unprotected sex you are at risk of pregnancy right now. The best thing you can do is wait until it has been 2 weeks since the date you are concerned about and then take a pregnancy test. To confirm this information you will want to call and follow up with the clinic where you receive your shot to confirm you were not past due for your shot when you had unprotected sex on June 24th — as long as you were not over due for your shot then you were still protected and your chance of pregnancy is very, very low.
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I didn't know when my depo shot was due, but Last Thursday I found out it was due last monday, the day after I had unprotected sex, I have never been pregnant so I have no idea what the symptoms are, I have been urinating a lot this past week, and also I have had extreme tiredness and headaches, but i also smoke cigarets.
Causes of sleeping a lot. Trump wants her fired. I'm pretty sure it was due to stress.
So any time you have unprotected sex after that date you will be unprotected and risk becoming pregnant. You waited until it had been more than 7 days since you first got the shot to have sex, so when you did have sex, your depo was fully effective at preventing pregnancy. I just had unprotected sex and I believe he pulled out but I am not sure.
My boyfriend and I had sex on February 27th and he accidentally came in me.