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Would you rather buy diapers or get a shot?

Depo-Shot

Birth Control is the most common method people prevent getting pregnant. The depo-shot is a very popular way of birth control. The shot is given in either the buttock or the upper arm. You get the shot four times a year.
The depo-shot is a long-acting form of progesterone. Progesterone is a hormone that is produced inside a woman's ovaries. This works by having Progesterone prevent ovulation, the release of an egg, making her not be able to get pregnant.
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Even though birth control prevents pregnancies it does not protect against HIV. 3 out of 100 couples will get pregnant even while taking the shot. Not every body type reacts to the depo-shot the same. Side effects such as: weight gain, dizziness, depression, acne and much more are all possible while taking the shot. For more information on side effects click here.
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Alistair Mackey

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Bibliography

-http://www.webmd.com/sex/birth-control/birth-control-depo-provera

-http://teenshealth.org/teen/