Active ingredients: drospirenone; ethinyl estradiol
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I've had a terrible rash all over my body for about a month now. I just stopped taking the pill because I'm sure that's the cause as I started it around the same time the symptoms showed up. Any idea how long it takes for the rash to go away once I've stopped the pill?
I have been on implanon for the last 6 months to help me with my monthly period where I would experience extremely heavy flows and have severe dysmenorrhea that would completely knock me out and make me faint. I have endometriosis and adenomyosis as well as fibroids. I also had an iron infusion the same week as the implanon was placed in because the heavy bleeding caused me to be anaemic. On implanon it initially was great because the dysmenorrhea was gone and bleeding was faint however almost constant. The bleeding didn't bother me as much as long as I wasn't in pain. However I have started to experience persistent long heavy bleeding to the point where I am now anaemic again. After having a second iron infusion while still being on implanon, my doctor has advised to try taking Yasmin while still being on implanon. I am concerned with the amount of hormones I will be taking. Has anyone taken both together and have there been any side effects?
Hi there, Im diana MArtins from Portugal, since 2005 and start to take Yasmin until 2011 when I Stop. In 2012 when I was 28 years old it was diagnostic that I had Otosclorosis in my Left ear, my hearing loss is several they told me it was equivalent to a 90 years old, and I have to go to suggery now I only ear 55 db in my left ear, in my right the loss it was small, but I have otosclorosis in both ears. In portugal none speaks about ths disease and how birth control is related...
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