I have been off Depo-Provera for 3mo but I have not had a period yet. My breasts have been sore for 3 wks. Preg test was neg. What could cause sore breasts?

Hormone imbalance. the effects of the depo can last months after the medicine is out of your system. it disturbs the normal hormone balance in your body.

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