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Depo Provera Warnings And Recalls
Inconsistency: Research shows depo shots are 99% effective as a birth control method to protect against pregnancy for up to 14 weeks.However, the shot must be given every 12 weeks to be effective. It can work immediately if given within 1st five days of menstral period. So be consistent with the shots, monitor for the other side effects and still protect yourself from std's be well! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Contraception: Depo-provera (an injection) is mainly used as a long-acting contraceptive in women. It usually also causes your periods to go away, sometimes for months, along with some other symptoms related to monthly cycling. It does increase metabolism but things that increase metabolism tend to increase appetite too. So if you have a weight problem it may make that worse. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long can it take for the Depo-Provera to get out of your system?I took it once last year on june 5.Should it be out of my system?
I was supposed to get my 2nd dose of Depo-Provera shot on the 29th of february and i had unprotested sex on the 30th and the 2nd and my boyfriend nutted inside me both times i just got the shot on the 5th so ?
While on Depo-Provera is it possible that it's causing you to not get "wet" while being turned on? Never had this problem before depo.
Not a side effect: It is possible but not likely related to depo. Try astroglide. ...Read more
My last Depo-Provera shot was 5 months ago and i was wondering when i can start getting the weight off from it?
Depo and menses: The depo shot makes the lining thin and is a hormone injection that lasts up to 3 months. In some patients, it may last a bit longer. If one of those where the medications last longer, it may take a while until her body adjusts back to normal. It may take longer to lose the weight gained while on the medication. I would seek help if it still remains difficult. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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