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March 27, 2002 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 27, 2002 - 9

If you're not ready, you're not ready. That's
why more women than ever are choosing
Depo-Provera. You need just one shot on time
every 3 months to stay pregnancy-protected.
So you can focus on Chemistry not maternity.
Depo-Provera doesn't protect you from HIV/AIDS
or other sexually transmitted diseases.
Some women using Depo-Provera experience
side effects. The most common are irregular
periods or spotting. Many women stop having
periods altogether after a few months and some

may experience a slight weight gain. You shouldn't
use Depo-Provera if you could be pregnant, if you
have had any unexplained periods, or if you have a
history of breast cancer, blood clots, stroke, or
liver disease. When using Depo-Provera, there may
be a possible decrease in bone density.
If you're not ready to get pregnant, be ready
with effective birth control: Depo-Provera. Ask
your health care professional if prescription
Depo-Provera is right for you.

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See what Depo-Provera is all about. Call toll free 1-866-519-DEPO or visit www~depo-provera.com.

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