My daughter was on the same medication and if anyone was going to get a side effect from any medicaiton, it would have been her. She was fine on it, and at 40 years old, have severe osteoporosis due to long use of Depoprevera, something her OBGYN didn't seem to be concerned about. She was on Depo for 20 years, and now suffers with joint/bone pain. Please don't stop taking the medication as it really works and the consequences of not taking it is going to be more the the other health issues you are having now.View Thread
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