The Michigan Daily - Thursday, February 14, 2002 -11A
Of course, using condoms is the only way to
protect yourself against HIV/AIDS or other
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you're also as protected as possible against
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when administered on time every 3 months.
Depo-Provera doesn't protect you from HIV/AIDS
or other sexually transmitted diseases.
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history of breast cancer, blood clots, stroke, or
liver disease. When using Depo-Provera, there
may be a possible decrease in bone density.
Depo-Provera is not only one of the best ways to
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