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    Birth Control
    reneeyoung posted:
    Hi im 17 and i have got on depo at the end of February ever since april 9th ive been bleeding and may was my last month on depo im still bleeding and i dont know what to do its messing up my sex life im desperate and i need help is there anything i can take to stop my bleeding .. I NEED HELP
    atti_editor responded:
    Hi reneeyoung,

    You may want to post your question over in our Women's Health Community -- the members there may have had an experience similar to yours and can offer advice or support. Here is some information on the Depo shot that I found. It lists irregular periods and spotting as possible side effects. If you have been bleeding non-stop for the entire time you have been on the shot (and are still now), it would be a good idea to make an appointment to see your gynecologist. He/She is best able to diagnose what is happening and provide proper treatment options after an exam.

    Best wishes,

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