Side effects of alesse 28

Side effects of alesse 28

 Category: Alesse

Questions and Answers

Some of the side effects of aviane 28(alesse) in women who have used?

The side effects vary from woman to woman, that’s because there are a lot of factors that matters. Some of the side effect reported from Alesse are:

· allergic reaction
· headache or dizziness
· nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea;
· breakthrough bleeding; or
· breast tenderness.

I’ts VERY important to go to a doctor, he’s the best person to prescript the best choice 🙂

Alesse side-effects?

I have really irregular periods, that were apparently affecting my growth/developement of organs or something, so my doctor put me on Alesse 28, because it has the lowest dosage. I was getting two periods a year, for three years. I’ve only been on it for a week now, but a few days ago I woke up with the worst stomach pain I’ve had in a long time. I could barely walk, and spent twenty minutes lying in the bathroom, convinced I was going to throw up. I’m not sick at all, no stomach flu. I stayed home and it passed after a few hours. The paper inside says that these side effects can last for up to three months.. but I wanted to see if anyone else has had them. I’ve pretty much been walking around with nausea and headaches all week.

I haven’t had any problems at all with Aviane (the generic for Alesse). It’s been fairly mild and I absolutely love it. Try it for another week or so, and then talk to your doctor if it’s still that bad.

Linessa 28 – side effects

I recently switched from Alesse to Linessa because I was getting breakthrough bleeding (one period mid-pack and one period during the sugar pills). I didn’t really experience any other side effects with Alesse except for being a bit more emotional/moody. I’m a week and a few days into my first pack of Linessa and I’m experiencing diarrhea and also extreme moodiness. The diarrhea particularly worries me because I’m afraid it will reduce the effectiveness of the pill. Has anyone else experienced similar symptoms… and how long should it last? I assume a 2-3 months; however, I am worried about the diarreah.

Every woman’s body is different, including yours…
I would check in with your doc. about the diarrhea…you could also becoming dehydrated from all the fluid loss, besides the BC pills being less effective.

Has anyone had any bad side effects from Marvelon 28?

Hey
I am starting Marvelon and I just wanted some feedback on this pill. I was on alesse for a year but went off of it because I gained a lot of weight (35lbs). I wanted to hear what women have experienced with this pill.

Oooo I’m on that pill 🙂 i have been taking it for over 2 years now and i have had no side effects from it! Its helped my skin ALOT!

I am taking my first cycle of aviane 28(alesse) just finished active pills, dizzy, nauseated, ok this late?

I finished the active pills 2 days ago and I woke up today feeling like I had eaten something bad. It got better, but I still feel dizzy and have headache. Is it normal for side effects to not comeuntil after Im done with the active pills?

Tell your doctor. This pill may not be the right one for you. I had to switch that pill and go on another. It may also be that you didn’t eat enough.

Anyone here on/has taken Alesse?

I have really irregular periods, that were apparently affecting my growth/developement of organs or something, so my doctor put me on Alesse 28, because it has the lowest dosage. I was getting two periods a year, for three years. I’ve only been on it for a week now, but a few days ago I woke up with the worst stomach pain I’ve had in a long time. I could barely walk, and spent twenty minutes lying in the bathroom, convinced I was going to throw up. I’m not sick at all, no stomach flu. I stayed home and it passed after a few hours. The paper inside says that these side effects can last for up to three months.. but I wanted to see if anyone else has had them. I’ve pretty much been walking around with nausea and headaches all week.

I have never used Alesse but i am on the generic brand of Alesse which is called Aviane. I had some pretty serious crying spells when i first started the pill they came the same time everynight about 2 hours after i took my pill. My boyfriend was so worried about me he begged me to stop taking the pills. It was really strange i felt depressed about nothing and got really upset and started to cry and have trouble breathing out of no where. It ended about 2 weeks later and i never had any other side effects. I am not sure if that helps i know its not the same situation but im thinking maybe your side effects will end shortly.
Good Luck!

Birth Control Pill – Emotional Side Effects?

I’ve been on the bill since I was 16, and am now 28. I’m starting to wonder if maybe it’s not the best method for me b/c I am extremely emotional and depressive. I cry for no reason at all, get anxious, and overreact to things, even when I know there’s nothing to be upset about. It’s embarrassing to be an adult and not have any control over your emotions, and I can’t imagine how tough it must be for my boyfriend to have to deal with me when I’m like this. It is especially bad the week before and after my period which makes me think it’s a hormonal thing and not just psychological. The problem is I’ve been on the pill so long it’s hard to know what I’d be like without it!

I recently switch from Brevicon to Alesse two months ago because I thought that the pill was responsible for my low sex drive (something that’s I’ve always had but never questioned b/c I just assumed it was normal). I find that with the new pill I’m even more anxious and depressive than I was before, and I start to spot a week before my I stop taking my active pills. I realise that it’s normal to experience different symptoms or more extreme symptoms when you are switching doses but Brevicon and Alesse are both pretty low to begin with, and it just makes me think that it’s the extra estrogen that’s making me so miserable.

http://health.howstuffworks.com/birth-control-pill.htm
If you look at how the pill works you can see that it’s basically tricking your body into thinking it’s pregnant. And pregnant women are very emotional (and sometimes not able to thin clearly). That just makes me think that taking hormones are my problem as well.

I’ve tried talking to doctor’s about this as well at the clinic, but have not been able to get a visit long enough where I could discuss this fully (instead of being prescribed another type of pill).

What do you guys think? What experience have you guys had?
I’m just trying to figure out my options – I stop taking my active pills in a week so I have basically 2 weeks until the time I’m supposed to start my next pack. I’m trying to figure out if I should give the Alesse another month to see if my body adjusts, switch back to Brevicon, or just stop taking the pill altogether and try to find another reliable non-hormonal method.

Thanks!

I’ve had the same trouble with my bc pills. I was on Sprintec for several years. My doctor suggested getting off of it and trying a non-hormonal form of bc. There is a pill that your partner could take, if he would be willing. You may need to discuss that with your partner and with your doctor. The pill lowers his sperm count temporarily. It will not effect him after he gets off the pill. There are also spermicides, condoms, iud’s, etc. Good luck in making the right decision 🙂

Switching birth control?

I’ve been experiencing very annoying side effects such as a lot of irregular bleeding, and discharge with the birth control I’m currently taking (Alesse 28) and my doctor has just prescribed me a different one to try (Triquilar 28). I’d like to switch ASAP but I’d like to do it without having to have my period in transition. My boyfriend is staying with me for only another week and I won’t see him for a while, so I’d like to have a good week with him if you know what I mean 🙂 Can I just start taking the new birth control the day after I stopped taking the old one? If anyone has any suggestions it’d be greatly appreciated.

Yes, you can. I’ve talked to my doctor and, in fact, this is OK and there are no side effects.

Cramps before inert birth control pills? Normal?

-first time using bcp
-using Alesse 28

I’m 6 days from starting the inert pills (ie: six active ones yet to take in the next 6 days) in my first pack, and since yesterday I’ve noticed lower back cramps like the ones I get before and during my period. Is this normal? Should I see the doc if this continues? Is this a type of side effect?
Don’t think its my body going “you’re supposed to be having a period now” because my periods, normally irregular, have regulated to around 36 days between since September 05…so this would tech be too early.
Any ideas? Any ideas why it might be feel like a menstral cramp? (FYI: I only get cramps there during my period)
Its starting to get worse even as I type.

-had a low grade fever today too, if thats of any “diagnostic” help. And feeling a more tired.

There are a couple of things that could be going on . . .
1. you could be getting your period
2, you could be ovulating
3. you could be pregnant
4. you could be sick

Do you routinely take your pill at the same exact time of the day? If your schedule has changed, your body may need time to reasdjust. If you just started taking the pills, you may not be fully regulated yet.

If I were you, I would monitor my temperature (record your temp three times per day) for a few days. I would also take a pregnancy test just to rule out that possibility. You may also want to use additional protection during sex (like a condom) until after your next period. If you are ovulating, you are releasing an egg that could be fertilized. Birth control pills are NOT 100% effective because some women DO ovulate occassionally. Stress and some medications can affect the level of protection as well.

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