I already have the most intense of all of the typical menstrual stuff, but I'm wondering if all the bad experiences are with women that are already regulated and the women who love it usually have irregularities in their menstrual health... anyone that can disprove this theory? I just had an irregular pap smear and I got prescribed this. My doctor says it will help my PCOS symptoms like extreme pain, cystic acne (I've literally had it for like 10years) and heavy bleeding. I haven't even taken it yet, but I can feel my period coming in a couple days... ill be taking it on the first day, she said we'll try 3 months.I'm almost scared to try it because I have borderline personality disorder, which is unstable, uncontrollable emotions already... the last thing I need right now is to be on a downward spiral mentally, and miserable physically... I don't wanna put my husband through more than we already normally deal with. Does anyone else have PCOS or other syndromes that are effected negatively? Positively?
Enskyce - Does it help with PCOS while not interfering with anti-depressants?
Question posted by TatumTotz on 6 April 2022
Last updated on 6 April 2022 by crazygirl66
My daughter took many combinations of bc pills, unfortunately it is very common to impact you mentally, although most doctors refuse to believe this! Just like an antidepressant you really don’t know until you try it. But fortunately if you need to you can always stop bc pills at any time if needed. My daughter has PCOS & is on lutera which is an estrogen & the progesterone is called levonorgestrel. It does help her pain & acne. She’s doing ok on it but feels mentally better without being on any bc pill. Unfortunately because of the PCOS & not having a period for 32-70 days - right now she’s going to continue it. If you don’t do well, you can always try another pill. Best of luck
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