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Loestrin 24 fe has active ingredients of ethinyl estradiol; norethindrone acetate. It is often used in birth control. (latest outcomes from Loestrin 24 fe 1,131 users)
Blood prolactin increased has been reported by people with international normalised ratio decreased, constipation, eye swelling, weight increased, mammogram abnormal (latest reports from 1,911 Blood prolactin increased patients).
On Jul, 26, 2016
No report is found.
I never stopped bleeding after having the Mirena inserted. I felt tired, miserable and my breasts hurt. The good news was that my breasts got bigger, the bad news was that I started producing milk. 4 months down the line my prolactin levels were 215. I always suspected the mirena was involved, but no Dr agreed with me. The mirena was removed, but I was treated for a prolactinoma. Ten months of Dostinex was 10 months of absolute torture! I stopped 8 months ago, but I still feel lousy. Prolactin has remained normal and there probably never was a prolactinoma. My ferritin is however low and I tested positive for EBV - enough reason to feel horrible.
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