Injectible Medroxyprogesterone

by Cathy Parkes November 18, 2020 Updated: December 29, 2021

Injectible medroxyprogesterone (i.e. Depo-Provera) can cause bone loss. Advise patient to take Calcium and Vitamin D supplements to reduce the risk of bone loss.
Injectible medroxyprogesterone (i.e. Depo-Provera) can cause bone loss.

Advise patient to take Calcium and Vitamin D supplements to reduce the risk of bone loss.


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