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Irregular Bleeding and breakthrough bleeding
is common with DEPO. (In your case as brown or black discharge ) It is common with DEPO.
However if you happen to have any heavy bleeding or gross change in cycles, severe lower belly pain or calf pain, you need to see your treating gynecologist
Depo is a brand name for medroxyprogesterone acetate
, a contraceptive injection
for women that contains the hormone progestin.
It is given as an injection once every 3 months. It acts by typically suppresses ovulation and also thickens cervical mucus to keep sperm from reaching the egg.
It is advised in cases of :
In Women who do not want to take pill every
severe Premenstrual syndrome
– It is used to stop Ovulation temporarily 9 iN some this may not be work because DEPO itself has side effects like increased appetite, weight gain, headache and depressed mood
Decreases menstrual cramps
In women with Anemia
,Uterine fibroids and endometriosis
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