Is the Depo-Provera injection ok with trimethoprim?

Depo. There are many depo injections. .. Please clarify which Depo injection are you alluding to. Trimethoprim.. if for reasons is to be taken for long time, Megloblastic anaemia may occur, because it inhibits an enzyme dihydrofolate reductace. If that is the case.. what ever Depo preparation you are taking, its not okay. I don't know if I answered the question . .

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I'm on the Depo-Provera injection I've started bleeding lightly should I be worried should I get checked out by my doctor?

Common. Breakthrough bleeding is actually fairly common with Depo, especially when starting treatment and towards end of shot when next injection is due. I'd keep a diary of your bleeding and discuss with doctor next time you go in for injection unless you have other problems you feel are associated. Then I'd see them sooner. Read more...

I am on the Depo-Provera injection and I'm having constant bleeding, is there anything I can take to help this?

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Depot injections. There should not be any withdrawal side effects. However, you will have to transition to another medication under the supervision of your psychiatrist. Make sure you tell the psychiatrist which particular side effects you found to be most bothersome so that they can hopefully be avoided with the next medications that are prescribed for your condition. Best wishes. Read more...

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