I thought the Depo shot had ruined my chances of getting pregnant again after my first daughter. I really did not think it would be this soon. Though six months really is fast it is allot faster than some of the girls who have fallen pregnant 1-2 years after coming off the depo shot. Thank you lord, I know this would have never happened if you had not of allowed it. I just got my 100% BFP through blood work that I had done at the doctors. They gave me the great new on Friday 3/30/12. One day before my daughters birthday and on the same day we closed on our house. I did more blood work yesterday so they can find out exactly how far along I am. For some reason my first doc did not include that on the paper work so when I went to my ob yesterday they drew more blood. I am guessing 5 weeks though.
Congratulations! I am so pleased to hear of your news. All i hear is horror stories about the depo and I was getting really worried, it is good to know that some people are still getting pregnant after it. xx
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