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Nov 6
13:57
Pill: rigevidon Two questions about this pill: 1. Why is it talked of so badly? Don’t other pills have same potential side effects? 2. I’m on my third pack, no break weeks at all, in the beginning I had quite abit of spotting, then it subsided, but today I had fair bit of spotting which I hadn’t prepared for as I thought it had stopped. How long did you take to stop spotting?
 
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Nov 6
13:59
Every pill is talked of badly, people are much less likely to leave negative than positive reviews on anything. All pills have pretty much the same possible side effects, they just work differently for everyone.
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Nov 6
14:16
Honestly I have no idea why Rigevidon in particular is so badly spoken of. I’ve seen at least 2 petitions going around to take it off the market, while a brand called Microgynon 30 that contains the exact same active ingredients and dosage as Rigevidon has very little user complaints, probably the same amount as ever other pill brand out there. There are sooo many pill brands with slightly different dosages and different types of progesterones because everyone reacts differently to the different pills. I genuinely don’t get why Rigevidon has been singled out. Irregular bleeding is a very common side effect of the pill and can occur at ANY time while one the pill but is particularly common in the first 3-6 months. Unfortunately there’s no way to know when it will stop.
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Nov 6
20:50
Rigvidon is the most perscribed in the uk. Therefore more people are going to have negative results. There was a HUGE smear campain when a lady died from it. Turns out she lied to her doctor about not ever having a blood clot even tho she was super prone to them. She knew he wouldnt give it to her if she told the truth. Sve died of a clot. It had nothing to do with the BC
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Nov 6
20:58
@clowilmot23 if it’s the most prescribed pill then that makes sense.
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