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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    I take Cerelle, and it's actually made my quality of life better. I've stopped getting aura migraines, but it unfortunately made me bleed every day for the first 2 months.
    omg same! I take Cerelle too :five: I have seen a decrease in migraines but an increase in smaller, painful headaches. I also get a little sad at times but as I take other medication (for acne) I don't know which is doing what and tbh it's not really doing that much harm :dontknow:
    I have that too - bleeding for ages
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    omg same! I take Cerelle too :five: I have seen a decrease in migraines but an increase in smaller, painful headaches. I also get a little sad at times but as I take other medication (for acne) I don't know which is doing what and tbh it's not really doing that much harm :dontknow:
    I have that too - bleeding for ages
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    That's good, apart from the headache thing. :hugs:
    I'm glad it's working well for you though. :jumphug:

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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
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    That's good, apart from the headache thing. :hugs:
    I'm glad it's working well for you though. :jumphug:

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    It is, thanks! :hugs:
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    The bleeding on cerelle might get better. It has with me. I was warned it can make periods worse, lighter or you may get none at all.
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
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    Yep
    It is, thanks! :hugs:
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    All good. :hugs:

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    I took microgynon for a year and no mood or weight changes but my blood pressure went well above my normal level and felt just awful in withdrawal weeks including migraines so my gp refused to prescribe me any kind of combined pill.

    Then I got put on cerazette which was pretty good for over a year without any periods, I got bloated after eating but put up with it, then through eating much healthier I gained weight which then led to cerazette giving me side efffects that made me moody and eventually at one point after 2 weeks of bleeding I stopped taking it as I couldn't cope with the side effects any longer.

    That was 2014 and I felt more like myself in a few months, my partner was/is very understanding and since we want kids in a couple of years just using condoms is something we re comfortable with at the moment. Sure periods can be inconvenient at times but since they aren't too painful I just deal with them with plenty of fluids and some ibuprofen and I can seemingly use norethisterone to prevent them without harm to my body if needs must (although I ve only used it on two occasions).
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
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    All good. :hugs:

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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    omg same! I take Cerelle too :five: I have seen a decrease in migraines but an increase in smaller, painful headaches. I also get a little sad at times but as I take other medication (for acne) I don't know which is doing what and tbh it's not really doing that much harm :dontknow:
    I have that too - bleeding for ages
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    I thought you were male. Sorry!
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    I thought you were male. Sorry!
    :rofl: haha it's ok :rofl:
    Common mistake on here :mmm:
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    I've actually had a really good experience with Microgynon. I've recently been switched to Rigevidon and I'm not liking it so far :/
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    I actually find that the pill (mini pill) makes me more stable.
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    When I am on my pill break or am really stressed and get spotting, my hormones go insane and I get depressed and get insane anxiety. Other than that I'm fine, but it is quite annoying from time to time :/
 
 
 
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