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Does the depo shot really make your breast and you butt bigger?? Because I am thinking about going to get the shot this wensday and I wanted to do my research and ask around first before i just decide to jump in. And another question does the shot make you hair fall out?? What are all the side effects that I should be aware of??


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replied February 1st, 2011
Birth Control Answer A19209
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
The side effect of the shot varies in women depending on how their body reacts to them. The common side effects include: Rash or skin discoloration, Breast tenderness, Depression, Increase or decrease in facial and body hair ,Hair loss, Change in menstruation (it may be lighter or heavier; shorter or longer) , Increase in spotting and breakthrough bleeding ,Weight gain, Dizziness, Nervousness ,Change in libido ,Headaches etc.
Discuss about these in detail with your gynecologist before going ahead with taking it.
Take care.



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