Does anybody here take the birth control pill Cryselle?
Does it have any interactions with the anti depressant Lexapro?
Asked by Wanita Marangoni 6 months ago.
Although Lexapro is not mentioned by name all medicine for mental depression might interact: What drug(s) may interact with ethinyl estradiol; norgestrel? (Cryselle etc). •anastrozole •antibiotics or medicines for infections, especially rifampin, rifabutin, rifapentine, and griseofulvin •aprepitant, a medicine used for chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting •barbiturate medicines for producing sleep or treating seizures (convulsions) •bosentan •carbamazepine •caffeine •clofibrate •cyclosporine •dantrolene •doxercalciferol •exemestane •grapefruit juice •hydrocortisone •letrozole •medicines for anxiety or sleeping problems, such as diazepam or temazepam •medicines for mental depression •medicines for diabetes, including troglitazone and pioglitazone •mineral oil •modafinil •mycophenolate •nefazodone •oxcarbazepine •phenytoin •prednisolone •ritonavir or other medicines for the treatment of the HIV virus or AIDS •selegiline •soy isoflavones supplements •St. John's wort •tamoxifen or raloxifene •testolactone •theophylline •topiramate •warfarin Tell your prescriber or health care professional about all other medicines you are taking, including non-prescription medicines, nutritional supplements, or herbal products. Also tell your prescriber or health care professional if you are a frequent user of drinks with caffeine or alcohol, if you smoke, or if you use illegal drugs. These may affect the way your medicine works. Check before stopping or starting any of your medicines. What side effects may I notice from taking ethinyl estradiol; norgestrel? (Back to top) Severe side effects are relatively rare in women who are healthy and do not smoke while they are taking oral contraceptives. On average, more women have problems due to complications from getting pregnant than have problems with oral contraceptives. Many of the minor side effects may go away as your body adjusts to the medicine. However, the potential for severe side effects does exist and you may want to discuss these with your health care provider. The following symptoms or side effects may be related to blood clots and require immediate medical or emergency help: •chest pain •coughing up blood •dizziness or fainting spells •leg, arm or groin pain •severe or sudden headaches •stomach pain (severe) •sudden shortness of breath •sudden loss of coordination, especially on one side of the body •swelling of the hands, feet or ankles, or rapid weight gain •vision or speech problems •weakness or numbness in the arms or legs, especially on one side of the body Answered by Tori Shahan 6 months ago.
why would you want fake birth control pills?? do not say you are trying to trick a guy into getting you pregnant... Answered by Andrew Lawther 6 months ago.
Low Ogestrel and Cryselle?
I know Cryselle is the generic brand of Low Ogestrel - but what are the major differences? Should I just fork over more money for Low Ogestrel (the one I know works for me) or for just continue on with Cryselle - if it is the same exact thing, but a different name for it?
Asked by Thurman Chrzanowski 6 months ago.
I used to take Low Ovrol and Low Ogestrel and Cryselle were the two generics listed for it. Low Ogestrel didn't work so well for me and they said Cryselle would probably be the same. The active ingredients will still be the same but the inert ingredients will be slightly different and probably will make no difference. I'm betting that Cryselle will be fine for you. Answered by Alita Shirey 6 months ago.
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Cryselle-28 birth control questions.?
Heyy, im 15 years old. And i was wondering if anyone has took cryselle birth control? was it good, was it bad? Im not using it for sex just yet, but i would like a lighter period, less acne, and less cramps. does this birth control help with that? Tell me what you guys thought of it. thanks,(:!
Asked by Otha Brookings 6 months ago.
I started taking Cryselle when I was 17 years old. I'm currently 25 and I'm STILL taking it. I love Cryselle. It made my periods lighter, I had less cramps and acne. This is a low-dose pill so it would be a great "starter" pill. If you decide to have sex, make sure to also use a condom. As you probably know, condoms help protect you from HIV and other STDs. Condoms will also help prevent pregnancy. No harm in having "double protection." Good luck to you and be safe! Answered by Mariano Bax 6 months ago.
Its everyday. It takes 3 months till now delivery administration starts off particularly working its magic. in case you're particularly apprehensive approximately it, then make yet another docs appointment whilst the three months are over. Answered by Nu Cosenza 6 months ago.
Bleeding during "active pills" for cryselle 24.?
oh and this "period" has been for like a week or soo.
Asked by Nadine Cavel 6 months ago.
I used to take Cryselle too. I always had irregular periods so I am guessing it's just a normal side effect of the pill. Just take it like normal and maybe try a different pill if you think it will be an issue in the future to have an irregular period. Answered by Carlee Burkhardt 6 months ago.
How long will my period last on Cryselle?
My OBGYN switched my birth control to Cryselle, i read the leftlet and it didnt say anything about how long my period would last. the forth week in the back is a different color, so would my period last a whole week? please answer me. i can't find any info on it.
Asked by Lorilee Giovanelli 6 months ago.
It probably varies from person to person, but I am on Cryselle and my period lasts about 4-5 days. The last week is a different color because those are the placebo pills. They contain no hormones, so you will get your period at some point during that week. Answered by Selma Fitchett 6 months ago.
Cryselle birth control users?
it's also my month on the pills and only need to two weeks to finish the second one that i am on.
Asked by Bridget Cuzzi 6 months ago.
Okay so my doctor switched me to cryselle birth control. and i was just wondering if these pills made you guys gain weight. And i was also wondering if it stopped. because i feel very bloated when i'm on the pills. and i'm pretty sure i gained weight. and i run everyday for cross country practice. will the pills keep making me gain weight?? Answered by Corey Skewis 6 months ago.
I didn't gain any weight on Cryselle. But then again, not other birth control that I've been on has either...people are affected differently. Maybe you'll be lucky like me! :) Answered by Inger Klingaman 6 months ago.
Question about birth control Cryselle ?
I am 16 and on the pill cryselle. It is Monophasic. I have a test next week and I really don't want to deal with a period. Would it be dangerous to skip the placebo pills just this once and start a new pack of white pills instead ? Any helpful answers would be appreciated.
Asked by Connie Pegeron 6 months ago.
On some brands you can skip the placebo pills and go straight into a new pack. However, I am not familiar with that brand in particular so I would call your doctor just to be sure. Answered by Jann Ventimiglia 6 months ago.
Unless your doctor says it is okay, it's best not to. Some pills are okay to take continuously like that for a couple of months, but you really should check with your doctor's office to be sure. Doing this could mess up your hormone balance, cause spotting or breakthrough bleeding, or cause an abnormal period. Answered by Lavinia Mangiafico 6 months ago.