No period on Quasense?
I am currently taking quasense. I have heard that you can skip the inactive pills and not have a period at all. How safe is that? Has anyone tried it?
Asked by Kimberlie Arildsen 4 months ago.
I haven't had any experience with taking Quasense, however have heard of birth control pills where you can skip the inactive pills and not have a period, but I have never skipped any of my inactive pills to skip my period either so wouldn't know whether it is safe or not. Every woman is different and so are the birth control pills each woman uses. Some birth control pills are used for some other reasons other than for contraception (such as in my case for ovarian cysts and endometriosis), but I would recommend you speak with your doctor/gyneacologist first before starting to skip the inactive pills to skip you period. Good luck :) Answered by Malika Angolo 4 months ago.
ok although i actually do not know what quasense is, i do know that you can skip the inactive pills and go straight to the active pills to miss your period for the month. its safe, yes i ve tried it. just dont do it all the time, i did it for my honeymoon Answered by Tamra Lighthart 4 months ago.
Should i take quasense?
i am finishing up a prescription on junel fe, a generic birth control pill for loestrin. i took it for 4 months and it really was the most terrible pill i've used. now, i am switching to what i thought was jolessa - turns out it's quasense. if possible, quasense has even more bad effects than junel. horror...
Asked by Sidney Marthe 4 months ago.
i am finishing up a prescription on junel fe, a generic birth control pill for loestrin. i took it for 4 months and it really was the most terrible pill i've used. now, i am switching to what i thought was jolessa - turns out it's quasense. if possible, quasense has even more bad effects than junel. horror stories online claim it brings migraines, cystic acne, suicidal tendencies, 4-5 week periods and yeast infections. i am going to college and don't time or patience to deal with that! do i take the risk, or forget about it? Answered by Albertina Medure 4 months ago.
Honey, different pills affect individual women in different ways. If all the horror stories you read online were true for MOST women, they would never be able to sell their product. For that matter, if they were true for most women, that brand of pill would never have been approved for sale. Very few people go to the trouble of posting stories that say, "No big deal. It's fine." That's not to say that some of those stories aren't true. They probably are, for some women. Just not for all women and not even for most. At this point, you should call your doctor or the clinic where you got the prescription and ask them why they chose this particular pill. It's fine to say you are concerned about side effects, but they can probably explain why they thought this would be a good birth control pill for you. Maybe those horrible things happen to one woman in a thousand. Maybe women who react badly with loestrin are the ones most likely to do well with quasense. Maybe the doc's experience with her particular patients has been positive for other reasons. I don't know, but they should be able to give you a good answer. Of course, you should ask yourself whether the pill is the right contraceptive for you. There are other choices of course. The best thing about the pill is that your contraceptive routine doesn't have to be handled at the time of sex. But condoms or a diaphragm may be a better choice, especially if you have a bad reaction to pills. Making your partner wear a condom makes HIM take responsibility for prevention, and there is a lot to be said for that. And if you use both a condom and a diaphragm, your chance of getting pregnant is actually lower than with pills alone. But first things first. Talk with the doctor or the nurse. Don't just ask the opinions of the strangers on Yahoo Answers. (Some of them are *really* strange, lol.) Good luck, honey. Answered by Perry Daily 4 months ago.
Properly stopping Quasense?
I have been on Quasense for five months. I am disabled and do not have insurance or medicare currently. I cannot afford this medication any longer and I want to stop taking it. Also, I've been having some of the more serious side effects for about a week; swelling in my feet, pain in my legs, and headaches. I...
Asked by Margart Vallangeon 4 months ago.
I have been on Quasense for five months. I am disabled and do not have insurance or medicare currently. I cannot afford this medication any longer and I want to stop taking it. Also, I've been having some of the more serious side effects for about a week; swelling in my feet, pain in my legs, and headaches. I will get to a doctor soon to get this looked at properly as I know this can mean a blood clot. Can I just stop taking it cold turkey or should I slowly get off of it? Answered by Errol Sawyer 4 months ago.
Hey, I'm on Quasense too! I'm sorry it gave you all those side effects, I get headaches too. If you want to stop taking it, then stop taking it. It's a birth control pill, not a NEEDED medication for your body. Your cycle will slowly start becoming normal again after you stop. Once you see your doctor, talk to him about it to see if there's any other thing you need to do. Answered by Leslie Fockler 4 months ago.
Quasense Side Effects Answered by Linnie Berardo 4 months ago.
Ladies takeing quasense?
Are there any ladies out there? That is on Quasense. it is the generic for seasonale. If so How do how do you like it? I was hopein I wouldn't get the generic, but I liek the idea of no period 3 months! Thank God I'm not pregnant by the ex! I start the new birth control on Sunday!
Asked by Valeri Willims 4 months ago.
I will be starting it Sunday too....been on a regular pill for about 10 years and I too am thrilled at the idea of only having a period every three months. So I don't have any info for you but I share in your excitement. I also got the generic Quasense instead of the name brand Seasonale......doesn't really matter to me....I've been on the generic form of my other pills for a couple years and they were fine...absolutely no difference in them to the name brand. Answered by Steven Lyons 4 months ago.
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Is anyone taking Quasense the new Birth Control pill? It's the generic brand of Seasonale.?
I have been taking it for 2 weeks and I hate it so far. Anyone else?
Asked by Reanna Medema 4 months ago.
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Can someone tell me about this birth control pill? (Quasense)?
Can you tell me things like... Side affects and how it works? And does it work as a birth control and a period regulator, or just one of the two?
Asked by Leo Babin 4 months ago.
It's a generic form of seasonale, and it functions as both. I'm on it, I like it, there are hardly any side effects - mild nausea on occasion for the first 'cycle' (but that's normal with most birth control), and if you can call them 'side effects', I gained 3-4 lbs, went up 2 cup sizes, and my acne cleared up dramatically (which were all positive in my situation). And, to boot, my period also shortened dramatically - it went from well over a week to 3-4 days, although I'm over 2 years in by now. However, since everyone has different body chemistry, the side effects for me, or any other person answering your question, and the side effects for you may be very different. There's honestly no way to know for sure until you've tried it yourself for about 6 months in this case. Answered by Danita Texada 4 months ago.
I don't take that pill, but usually the side effects are just a slight weight gain, your boobs get bigger, and maybe some nausea. Also, if it's a birth control pill, it's also a period regulator. It can't be one or the other. Answered by Renetta Kilburn 4 months ago.
What's the difference between Seasonale & Quasense?
I've been on Seasonale (the extended-cycle birth control pill) for almost a year and this time, when I went to get my prescription refilled, they gave me the generic brand Quasense instead. I suppose this probably means there is no difference, but I am a little worried because it took me a while to adjust to...
Asked by Felipa Loterbauer 4 months ago.
I've been on Seasonale (the extended-cycle birth control pill) for almost a year and this time, when I went to get my prescription refilled, they gave me the generic brand Quasense instead. I suppose this probably means there is no difference, but I am a little worried because it took me a while to adjust to Seasonale, it was a terrible process and I don't want to have to adjust again. Have any other women switched from Seasonale to Quasense? Did you notice any changes in side effects or your hormonal balances? Answered by Jessi Padavich 4 months ago.
There's no difference....Quasense is the generic for Seasonale. Aside from saving a BUNCH of money by not paying the stupid pharmaceutical company for the name brand, there should be absolutely NO difference. However, if you DO notice a problem, contact your prescribing doctor and have them call the pharmacy and specify NO GENERIC SUBSTITUTIONS. Answered by Laurice Mahood 4 months ago.
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Has anyone had bad reactions to Quasense?
I'm starting Birth Control for the first time....my doctor gave me a prescription for Seasonale but my insurance only covers Quasense. I've read some troubling things about it so I want to know if anyone has had good or bad experiences with it! So help if you can! Thanks!
Asked by Nilsa Monasterio 4 months ago.
I have been on Quasense for 9 months now and I am not happy with it at all. I have spotted for most of the nine months i have been on it. The doctor asked me to give it two cycles of it, which is 6 months and told me the spotting would go away. I gave it the best try 3 cycle of pills and no change. Some days are worse than others and you might be able to make it through the day with no spotting at all. I am going to go back to my original pill that I have been taking for the last 15 years. It is not worth all the headache of not knowing when you are going to have spotting or not. Answered by Yuette Kruiboesch 4 months ago.
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Problems with Quasense birth control?
its now been 5 weeks of bleeding and the past few days have been heavier. The instruction paper says that breakthrough bleeding could happen for the first 90 days, then it says if it persists for more than 7 to contact your physician....and that's all the nurse had to tell me was it was normal......I don't...
Asked by Velvet Chatterson 4 months ago.
I have been taking Quasense for about 5 1/2 weeks now and for the past 4, I have had breakthrough bleeding. Its normally really light and spotty, but these last few days have been more than usual. Quasense is supposed to make you not have your period at all. I called my doctor's office and someone there (not my doctor) told me that bleeding is normal for the first three months. Has everyone experienced this? She didn't know which birth control pill I was on before she said that, but she said they all do that. I just find it odd that a pill that is supposed to stop you from having your period is making me have a period for over a month now. Can any tell me their experiences? Same or no? Answered by Penney Shulte 4 months ago.
its now been 5 weeks of bleeding and the past few days have been heavier. The instruction paper says that breakthrough bleeding could happen for the first 90 days, then it says if it persists for more than 7 to contact your physician....and that's all the nurse had to tell me was it was normal......I don't think so.......How can a pill that is supposed to keep you from having a period, make you have one for 5 weeks straight? Answered by Leslie Midden 4 months ago.
for the first three months on this pill i had the brown discharge. I have been on it for over a year and my last set of it i had break through bleeding that lasted about 5 days. I didnt bleed during the first 3 months but the brown discharge had a little blood in it and it lasted 3 months and was real annoying. Other than that i am happy with this pill. Answered by Micaela Claessens 4 months ago.
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