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    sonyador17 posted:
    am almost 20 years old. in may i had one deppo shot but never had another one. in july i had constant bleeding on top of my period till august. it went away for one week and then it came back. its now november and it has not stopped yet. i am getting very worried. i have dizzy spells and nausea. i dont want to see a doctor if it is normal because i dont have a lot of money but i am really starting to get scared..
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    mrsnobodysgirl responded:
    this may be a side effect from the deppo shot it self i was on the deppo shot and it made me have my period for a month at at time some times it was really havey and some times it was light but thick and affter i got off the deppo when i had my period it hurts you may want to call the dr and see if you need to go see them.


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