Depo Provera

Last Update May 28, 2016
Depo Provera is a pregnancy prevention medication and a cancer medication.
Uses: Depo Provera is prescribed for Having No Periods, Irregular Periods and Fibroids and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. In addition, our data suggest that it is taken for Endometriosis and PCOS, although it is not approved for these conditions. Read More
Depo Provera is a progesterone-only contraceptive that is administered as an intramuscular injection. It is injected once every 3 months and for this reason many women prefer this ...
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Depo Provera and Autism

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My daughter is high functioning autistic. I was already having a problem with hormones since adolescents. I was told that I would never have children, but I took all precautions. I was on the depo for just over a year and also using condoms when I had my daughter. She is now 13 with high functioning autism. I feel like it's linked to the depo shot.

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