Does Depo Provera cause Vaginal Discharge?

Last Update May 25, 2016
Vaginal Discharge is a known side effect of Depo Provera
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Treato found 36 posts discussing Depo Provera and Vaginal Discharge.
While some patients report that Depo Provera causes Vaginal Discharge, others say it doesn't.
The manufacturer's product labeling should always be consulted for a list of side effects most frequently appearing in patients during clinical studies. Talk to your doctor about which medications may be most appropriate for you.
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Does Depo Provera cause Vaginal Discharge?

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Help!! I must know this is ruining my relationship.
| Freewoman12
I have been on the depo shot for almost five years now and I have had a clear discharge the entire time I have been on it sometimes with smell sometimes none. Is this normal or could there be something serious wrong with me?

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