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    Hi, wanted to know if anyone else suffered with constant bleeding while taking cerelle. I started taking it on the 27th of December to help with heavy periods because the combined pill doesn't agree with me, and starting bleeding on the 4th of January. Since then I've been bleeding pretty much constantly. It's not particularly heavy but there seems to be no sign of it letting up. Has anyone else suffered with this and does it settle down with time as your body gets used to it?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hi, wanted to know if anyone else suffered with constant bleeding while taking cerelle. I started taking it on the 27th of December to help with heavy periods because the combined pill doesn't agree with me, and starting bleeding on the 4th of January. Since then I've been bleeding pretty much constantly. It's not particularly heavy but there seems to be no sign of it letting up. Has anyone else suffered with this and does it settle down with time as your body gets used to it?
    Of course, different people have different reactions with it. A friend of mine had the same problem as you and just bled and bled for months until she was taken off it, but with others it did let up and settle down. I'd definitely double check with the doctor that prescribed it to you, just in case. It may be the case that another method of contraception, or even just a different pill, would be better for you
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    I brought similar up with the nurse, having just had an 11 day period. I was told it can sometimes happen.

    If this was me, I'd try something else. Doesn't sound good at all.
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    I've been on this pill for almost six months now, and have been getting headaches, dry patches of skin (mostly forehead) and have been on a constant period since I started taking it. im going to the doctors to see if I should come off it
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    Same problem here - constantly bleeding (although it's very light, kinda like I'm always at the beginning/end of my period), super bad moodswings (and I was already pretty emotional, haha!) and the constant bleeding isn't helping my anemia much either! Apparently the bleeding settles down after 3 months / 1 pack, but I'm hoping to get the implant before Uni in September and I'm worried it will have the same effects.
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    I have the same problem I started on the 1st April 17 have bleed or spotted For most of the time. But I'm worried. I get married middle of July and then two week honeymoon. Fed up ain't the word
 
 
 
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