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Depo-Provera Injectable Contraceptive
  • Depo-Provera Injectable Contraceptive
Depo-Provera Injectable Contraceptive
  • Depo-Provera Injectable Contraceptive
Depo-Provera Injectable Contraceptive
  • Depo-Provera Injectable Contraceptive
Depo-Provera Injectable Contraceptive
  • Depo-Provera Injectable Contraceptive

Depo-Provera Injectable Contraceptive

Depo-Provera Injectable Contraceptive

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A progestin injection for a long term form of contraception

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Depo-Provera injection is a long-term form of contraception. It is usually given into the muscle of the buttock or upper arm. The injection produces a reservoir of medroxyprogesterone in the muscle, which is then continuously released into the bloodstream over a period of 12 weeks. Depo-Provera is 99% effective in preventing pregnancy. However, it does not prevent spreading of STDs. To help protect yourself from STDs, use a latex male condom each time you and your partner have sex.

Ingredient

Depo-Provera is a sterile injectable suspension that contains Medroxyprogesterone acetate 150mg/ml

Direction for Use

Consult your doctor

Caution

It is very important that you discuss the pros and cons of Depo Provera with your doctor before you are given the injection. The injection cannot be reversed once it has been given and its effects (which may include any unwanted side effects) last for at least three months.


All women should be counselled by their doctor prior to using Depot Provera about the delay in being able to have children once the injections have stopped. Some women may not be able to conceive for 10 to 15 months after having their last injection.


This contraceptive usually disrupts the menstrual cycle. It may cause irregular bleeding or spotting, heavy or prolonged bleeding, or your menstrual bleeds to stop altogether. There is a tendency for women to put on weight while on Depo Provera. Ask your doctor for more information.

Depo Provera decreases oestrogen levels. Over time, this can cause a loss of bone mineral density and increase the risk of osteoporosis. For more information talk to your doctor or a pharmacist.
Depo-Provera will not protect you against sexually transmitted infections, so you may still need to use condoms as well.

Consult your doctor immediately if you get any of the following symptoms while on Depo-Provera: migraine or severe headaches, disturbance in vision, stabbing pains in the legs, pain on breathing or coughing, significant rise in blood pressure, itching of the whole body, yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes (jaundice), severe abdominal complaints or if you think you could be pregnant.

Active Ingredient
Medroxyprogesterone acetate
Drug Strength
150mg
Drug Dispensing
POM
Dosage Form
Ampoules
Drug Administration
Intra-Muscular

Specific References

Adverse Drug Reaction

The World Health Organization defines an Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) as an unintended response to a medicine which occurs at doses normally used for prophylaxis (prevention), diagnosis or therapy (treatment) of a medical condition.

The World Health Organization defines an Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) as an unintended response to a medicine which occurs at doses normally used for prophylaxis (prevention), diagnosis or therapy (treatment) of a medical condition.

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Depo-Provera injection is a long-term form of contraception. It is usually given into the muscle of the buttock or upper arm. The injection produces a reservoir of medroxyprogesterone in the muscle, which is then continuously released into the bloodstream over a period of 12 weeks. Depo-Provera is 99% effective in preventing pregnancy. However, it does not prevent spreading of STDs. To help protect yourself from STDs, use a latex male condom each time you and your partner have sex.

Ingredient

Depo-Provera is a sterile injectable suspension that contains Medroxyprogesterone acetate 150mg/ml

Direction for Use

Consult your doctor

Caution

It is very important that you discuss the pros and cons of Depo Provera with your doctor before you are given the injection. The injection cannot be reversed once it has been given and its effects (which may include any unwanted side effects) last for at least three months.


All women should be counselled by their doctor prior to using Depot Provera about the delay in being able to have children once the injections have stopped. Some women may not be able to conceive for 10 to 15 months after having their last injection.


This contraceptive usually disrupts the menstrual cycle. It may cause irregular bleeding or spotting, heavy or prolonged bleeding, or your menstrual bleeds to stop altogether. There is a tendency for women to put on weight while on Depo Provera. Ask your doctor for more information.

Depo Provera decreases oestrogen levels. Over time, this can cause a loss of bone mineral density and increase the risk of osteoporosis. For more information talk to your doctor or a pharmacist.
Depo-Provera will not protect you against sexually transmitted infections, so you may still need to use condoms as well.

Consult your doctor immediately if you get any of the following symptoms while on Depo-Provera: migraine or severe headaches, disturbance in vision, stabbing pains in the legs, pain on breathing or coughing, significant rise in blood pressure, itching of the whole body, yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes (jaundice), severe abdominal complaints or if you think you could be pregnant.

Active Ingredient
Medroxyprogesterone acetate
Drug Strength
150mg
Drug Dispensing
POM
Dosage Form
Ampoules
Drug Administration
Intra-Muscular

Specific References

Adverse Drug Reaction

The World Health Organization defines an Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) as an unintended response to a medicine which occurs at doses normally used for prophylaxis (prevention), diagnosis or therapy (treatment) of a medical condition.

The World Health Organization defines an Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) as an unintended response to a medicine which occurs at doses normally used for prophylaxis (prevention), diagnosis or therapy (treatment) of a medical condition.

your first and surname
correspondence email
product that caused the adverse the reaction
What was the adverse reaction you experience with using this product
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The date the adverse reaction started
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The date you stopped experiencing the adverse reaction
What was the result of the adverse reaction you experience using this product