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    i switched to cerazette/cerelle in november because i told the doctor i get occasional headaches but after 3 months of being on it i started to bleed for about a month and then the doctor put me on noriday nearly a week ago and i'm still bleeding? i've been bleeding for nearly 6 weeks now help
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    When did you actually start to take the pill?

    I'm on Cerrazette as well, I lightly bleed every 3/4 months for like 4/5 weeks. Unfortunately it happens.Try taking it on day 1 of your regular period. Sometimes that can help stop them completely, but some girls unfortunately get light bleeding :/
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    I am on my 6th packet of cerelle and have been constantly bleeding everyday for the last 3months. Not sure wether to see the doctor again or keep going with it. So fed up
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    I went on cerazette and tried it for a year and I bled constantly on it... got switched onto Noriday and the same again for three months and then got put on a double dose of cerazette which I was almost guarenteed it would stop. It did not! It eventually caused myself to be in a lot of pain and had to come off everything and having a lot of tests done over it now... Now all I am offered is the coil. It's up to yourself to judge but taking the pill was the worst decision I ever made!
 
 
 
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