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Stopped depo shot, irregular bleeding, advised provera pills, heard about side effects. Advice?

So I quit goin for my depo shot in march was only on it for three about end of april I started bleeding very irregularly nd for about three weeks each month.and now I started bleeding on june thirtieth up and until todi am still bleeding I slowd down to a brownish color quit for two days then started fw the hheavyer bright red o.b. wants me to take provera pills but I ve heard a lot of bad thngs bout them how people hemmorage on them!!!!was jus woondering if u might have sum advice...........
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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May 2013
provera which contains medroxyprogesterone will usually help in stopping irregular bleeding, after stopping of bleeding you can go for contraceptive pills or mini pills for regularization of periods according to your doctor's advice,
though provera is having some side effects like nausea, vomitings etc, as you are having heavy bleeding here benefits over weigh the risks.
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