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    Period after lupron
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    jazmynsMYbiscuit posted:
    Anyone know about starting your period after lupron
     
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    hopeful2218 responded:
    Hey Jaz...do you mean, after your first injection, or after you complete a round of Lupron?

    Let me know..I'd be more than happy to answer!!!
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    jazmynsMYbiscuit replied to hopeful2218's response:
    After you have completed the round of lupron. Since I went off early (3 months)it may come back sooner than expected.


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