Depo-Provera CI also known as medroxyprogesterone is a contraceptive. it is widely used by Family Planning Physicians who emphasizes the importance of child spacing. According to the several clinical research,  The loss of bone mineral density (BMD) in women of all ages and the impact on peak bone mass in adolescents especially in their puberty and maturity stages should be strongly considered, along with the decrease in Bone Density that occurs during pregnancy and/or lactation. Physicians must consider the risk/benefit for women who use the said medication for long-term.

It is indicated for prevention of pregnancy. To ensure that the individual is not showing signs of pregnancy at the time of the first injection, the first injection should be given only during the first week of a menstrual period providing that she is normal and regular. Only within the first 5-days postpartum if the individual is not breastfeeding; and if exclusively breast-feeding, Only be administered on the 6th post partum week. If the time interval between injections is greater than 13 weeks, the physician should determin and confirm that the individual is not pregnant before administering the drug. The efficacy and effectiveness of Depo-Provera Cl mainly relies on the adherence to the dosage and the consistency of the schedule of administration



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  • Provera, Depo-provera, depo-subQ, provera 104
  • The following important adverse reactions to watch for includes but not limited to:
    - Fatigue
    - Feeling of tiredness
    - Backache
    - Hot Flashes
    - Nausea and/or vomiting
    - edema
    - Leg cramps
    - Arthralgia
    - Depression
    - Insomnia
    - Skin and Facial Acne
    - Breast pain

    *If one or more symptoms persist, consult your physician immediately
  • Recommended dosage is 150mg/1ml of Depo-provera CL every 3 months