Depo provera dosing schedule

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Solution supress your periods. The way this is done is with a shot called <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>Depo</span>-<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>Provera</span>. I have endometriosis and have been addicted to Vicodin for years. I received the shot and it suppressed my periods, hence no period no pain!!! Unfortunately, the side effects were unbearable and so I stopped the shots. I am not sure if you have already tried this but if you haven't look into it and ask your OB/GYN.
I don't have PCOS just simply haven't ovulated in 4 months. Last regular AF was November 09. All my other's have been <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>Provera</span> induced. Did clomid 50 mg last cycle and still didn't ovulate. This next cycle doing Provera agian and clomid 100 mg. Hopefully I ovulated. Have my fingers crossed. SBD!
The only thing I have seen that helps the pain is an herbal wrap that you heat up(you can get them @ walmart), and I lay that on my stomach. I have been on the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>Depo</span> shot for four years, I have asked if this is a contributing factor and have been told no. I have no kids. I hope someone comes up with an explanation, because I am too young to be giving up on my sex life!
So I am happy to say that I am not going nuts after all!!! LOL I've been placed on Synthroid and will be rechecked every 6 weeks for awhile until the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>Dosing</span> is correct and the levels are healthy. I will also be seeing an endocrinologist in a couple of weeks to continue care through him. Moral of my story: TRUST YOURSELF. If you feel "off" then insist on investigating why! I knew I was not myself and thankful I listened to my body and sought out help from my doctor.
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