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    Hi, I have been taking Cerelle for just over a month now, I only had a few episodes of bleeding, some not even requiring a pad (spotting) in the first month. Now I have started my new pack (without a break) I have got my period/withdrawal bleed but it is a little bit heavier than usual and was going on and off for a few days before it begun properly. I'm hoping this will stop and is just my body's natural response as it had been 28 days and I previously on the combined pill and got regular periods/withdrawal bleeds.
    But I am wondering how many people have had regular periods on this? Irregular ones or bleeding? and how long they last for?Also has it caused anyone to have acne or weight gain?Please help, I was thinking this was a good pill, and hopefully will be proved right but I really don't want irregular bleeding as I do a lot of outdoor sports and don't wear tampons.Thanks any experiences welcome.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hi, I have been taking Cerelle for just over a month now, I only had a few episodes of bleeding, some not even requiring a pad (spotting) in the first month. Now I have started my new pack (without a break) I have got my period/withdrawal bleed but it is a little bit heavier than usual and was going on and off for a few days before it begun properly. I'm hoping this will stop and is just my body's natural response as it had been 28 days and I previously on the combined pill and got regular periods/withdrawal bleeds.
    But I am wondering how many people have had regular periods on this? Irregular ones or bleeding? and how long they last for?Also has it caused anyone to have acne or weight gain?Please help, I was thinking this was a good pill, and hopefully will be proved right but I really don't want irregular bleeding as I do a lot of outdoor sports and don't wear tampons.Thanks any experiences welcome.
    Might be better off putting this in health or sexual health
    I'd suggest you talk to your doctor again if it isn't going as well as you hoped. You might like to try another one.
    I think it can take a coupe of months for it to settle down though so you may find it improves.
 
 
 
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