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    Cerazette problems
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    • 13th Dec 09, 2:07 PM
    Cerazette problems 13th Dec 09 at 2:07 PM
    Hello, hope this is the right place to post!
    Im looking for anyone who has taken Cerazette. Have you had any problems with it?
    Im into my 5th month of taking it and I dont think it is really working for me.
    I had no period for the first 2 months and then in the 3rd I got one. Last month I got it a few days earlier than expected and it hasnt stopped since. Monday will be 1 full month of bleeding. I did ask the nurse about it as I didnt think its agreeing with me but she said to "try it a little longer and its ok to bleed all the time its just an annoyance", at this point I had been bleeding for about 16 days. My skin is also a mess, I never used to have spots yet get quite a lot of them at once these days.
    Im thinking of going to see my doctor tomorrow as I just cant do this anymore, its making me moody and Im just sick of the constant bleeding! I just want it to stop!
    Maybe it never will. It scares me to as I think its not right and something must be wrong! Im also taking iron tablets for aneamia so surely this cant be good?
    Does anyone have any advice they can offer? Should I persevere(sp?) and wait longer or should I see the doctor?
    Thankyou in advance
    Weight loss November 09-January 10: 13lbs 20lbs 27lbs!
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