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Depoprovera Initial vs Subsequent Visit

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    If the patient has been seen initially for a Depo in July but misses their 3 month subsequent visit for the next shot and they come in the 4th month. Would that be considered a new initial Depo injection or would it still be a subsequent injection?

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    I'd say subsequent.

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