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Stopping Depo-Provera

Many women experience difficulty when they stop taking Depo-Provera contraception - everything from heavy flow to amenorrhea, sore breasts, mood swings and weight gain. In this PDF based on a re:Cycling blog post, Laura Wershler interviews Dr. Jerilynn Prior about what causes these adverse effects and what women can do about them.

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Updated Date: 
April 13, 2015

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