Changing contraceptive pills, ridgevidon to Femodene Watch

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Hi, i've been on the rigevidon pill for around 7 months now, and i read that after 6 months my body should be used to it and side effects will reduce however mine have got worse. mood swings are terrible! constant arguments with my boyfriend etc. I switched to femodene today to try this out, just wondering if anyone has switched to femodene and if it's better for them or what were people's experiences like with rigevidon?
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(Original post by georgianichxo1)
Hi, i've been on the rigevidon pill for around 7 months now, and i read that after 6 months my body should be used to it and side effects will reduce however mine have got worse. mood swings are terrible! constant arguments with my boyfriend etc. I switched to femodene today to try this out, just wondering if anyone has switched to femodene and if it's better for them or what were people's experiences like with rigevidon?
Everyone has a slightly different natural balance of hormones, so upsetting this with medication has different effects on everyone. It's good that you gave rigevidon a fair shot to see whether it worked for you. It's pretty normal to have to try a few things before you find something that works for you, but the good thing is that there are lots of options out there.
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