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I'm on the depo shot. I have had the shot administered twice and I'll be getting my third shot in about two and a half weeks. After my first shot I had heavy spotting for several weeks on and off, but after the second I didn't bleed at all until recently my discharge has been a light brown so a little spotting. It's kinda freaking me out. Is this normal? Has anyone else experienced this? I'm waiting to take a pregnancy test just in case.
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Hi karilimeade,

We just answered this question over on the text service! It's a lot easier for us to keep track of questions if users pick one place to ask them, so please keep that in mind for the future.

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