Pfizer settle a number of Depo Provera class actions in 2010. You may qualify as a member of one if these classes. I do not personally handle these cases, but all you need to do is a google/bing/yahoo search for "depo provera class action." Dollars to donuts says whichever firm is representing the most of these clients will pop up as one of the sponsored links.
You clearly have taken the time to document a detailed health history and you are correct that there are clear linkages between depo and bone loss/menses issues. Whether or not your specific condition lends itself to a successful challenge requires some investigation. I can go into more detail if you reach out sometime this week.
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I understand you don't want generic advice, but I'm going to give it anyway. This is not the way to seek out an attorney. Asking questions here is precisely for generic advice. Look under the "Find a Lawyer" tab, because the way this works is YOU contact the lawyer, not the other way around. Look for someone with extensive products liability experience, and a big firm that has the financial ability to tackle this case. Best of luck to you, I hope you get the answers you are seeking.
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What you need is a free and lengthy consultation with an attorney that is familiar with these actions. You have done a good job of analyzing your situation, but the extent of the information provided is a bit much to expect the attorneys of this site to respond to. There is a back and forth that needs to be had to fully comprehend, digest and give you advise on. Good luck in your search for the answers.
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