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User Reviews for Isibloom

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Reviews for Isibloom

Anonymous · Taken for 1 to 6 months May 11, 2021

For Birth Control: “I can not believe the side effects I’ve had on Isibloom. I’ve taken this for about 1 month now. I have never had THIS bad of depression and anxiety in my entire life. My boyfriend tells me I act different, I feel like I act different. I am an emotional reck! Listen to your body. I’m quitting tonight, not worth it.”

1 / 10
Shae May 3, 2021

For Birth Control: “CURRENTLY CRYING FROM PAIN OF CRAMPS!! My doctor prescribed me isabloom because my period has been late about 4 months and I also have PCOS which makes it harder. I’ve only been taking it a month and I can tell you right now I won’t be taking it EVER AGAIN! The cramps are almost everlasting and they are soo sooo sooooo bad, so bad I want to go to the hospital because I be feeling like something is really wrong! The nausea is even worse I throw up everything I eat almost all the time! (No I’m not pregnant)! My acne hasn’t cleared I only been gaining weight and my mood is always so crappy! Worst ever!”

1 / 10
Anonymous · Taken for 1 to 2 years April 28, 2021

For Birth Control: “It worked relatively well for endometriosis pain, but horribly messed up my pH balance. Awful smells and bizarre discharge 24/7. I tried to balance it out throughout the year that I was on it, but never got more than a few days of relief.”

3 / 10
Syrup · Taken for 1 to 2 years January 11, 2021

For Birth Control: “The first year with the green packaging was amazing. The year went by as great as can be, very little nausea and pain. I order my medication through pill club and this time I got a bold pink packaging. I don’t know if the ingredient in it has changed or what but it’s been my worst living nightmare. Extreme pain that makes me not want to walk around without being in unbearable pain. Extreme nausea and back pain. Almost made me think I was pregnant but I’m not. Thinking about getting a different prescription to get away from the pain because it’s too much and ruining my whole life.”

5 / 10
RaccoonInDaRoom · Taken for 1 to 6 months July 9, 2019

For Birth Control: “I understand that medication effects everyone differently but this has been heaven sent for me. I joined online contraceptive company and they prescribed me this, after reading the reviews I was mortified to take it. I even asked them for a different brand but they told me there’s nothing else my insurance covered. I know the miserable person I am , I am so sad and emotional all the time. My mood swings are off the rails. ANYWAY, so I have no choice I start taking this and holy moly I have never felt more normal. I mean I wake up, I feel refreshed, I feel overall way more calm. This is my first experience with pill birth control and I’m 25. I’ve done the shot once before and I hated it, I was legit throwing plates from my dishwasher against the wall like frisbees because I was so angry...But I just love this. I mean I don’t know if it’s like a hormonal thing for me and if it balanced it out or something but this has worked great in my experience.”

10 / 10
Lily December 15, 2020

For Birth Control: “I’ve been on birth control for 5 months but my doctor recently changed me to Isibloom, I’ve been on Isibloom for almost 3 months and the first month was normal then the second month got worse - at first I thought I was pregnant (also keep in mind I take my birth control at 9am every morning and never missed one) because my breasts hurt, I had headaches, nausea (without throwing up so far) and a couple other symptoms then I looked up Isibloom side effects and it all made sense hopefully next month things get better.”

5 / 10
Natalia · Taken for 1 to 6 months January 24, 2021

For Birth Control: “I started Isibloom last year and just recently finished my 3 month trial period with them. If you have a history with depression/anxiety, I would not recommend taking Isibloom. I felt like I was going crazy and my anxiety increased dramatically. I also had insomnia and paranoia during the end of the first month and second month. Did not experience weight gain, skin stayed the same (I have hormonal acne), sex drive decreased dramatically.”

3 / 10
Annie · Taken for 1 to 6 months November 1, 2019

For Birth Control: “I’ve been on Isibloom for about 5 months now, it was my first time ever using birth control and since I was finally in a serious stable relationship I thought it was best to go on birth control and my boyfriend agreed with me after I told him. I’ve seen many negative reviews and that scared me a lot at first but this medication has not even me any type of side that concerned me in anyway! I am still full of energy, I get my period like clockwork now which is something I haven’t been able to control since I first started getting my period so that was a blessing! Also I see no signs of weight gain or mood swings. The only thing I can say is I’ve been bloated sometimes and the first week I had a little bit of nausea but that went away very quickly. Overall this is a good choice for birth control!”

9 / 10
Anonymous · Taken for 6 months to 1 year August 21, 2020

For Birth Control: “I started taking Isibloom about a year ago. In the beginning I didn't mind taking this, I did not have any of the side effects and everything was okay. These last few months, however, my libido has gone down the drain. I've seen other reviews with the same thing, it literally is so painful whenever I have sex with my partner :( I also have been having migraines these last few months and my cramps seem to be worse than ever. I got prescribed this from Pill Club, as I am a broke college student with no insurance. I'm trying to find a different prescription through them at the moment.”

6 / 10
Layla June 7, 2020

“I’ve been taking this birth control for 6 years. I was prescribed it from my dermatologist for acne, but I also use it as a birth control method. My acne has gone away SUBSTANTIALLY, and I’m able to skip my period on this medication. I also have never had a pregnancy scare when taking this birth control, and my significant other does not pull out / use condoms. I’m very happy with how much this has helped my acne and worked to prevent pregnancy!! I haven’t noticed any side effects either.”

9 / 10
kelly · Taken for 1 to 6 months June 24, 2019

For Birth Control: “I’m 18 and and after signing up for online contraception and looking into it , I was prescribed to Isibloom. I started taking isibloom on the first day of my cycle and not just a regular day. I noticed that my cycle was the same length but it was lighter and I experienced minimal cramps. I haven’t noticed any major side effects except my chest size going up a little bit and my emotions change like clockwork. Also a tip, a lot of the women giving reviews are older. So if you are in a younger age group like under 18 or 18-25 you may not experience the same side effects. The one thing I do recommend though is having a balanced diet because that can also cause some negative effects.”

6 / 10
FENG MAIN · Taken for less than 1 month October 15, 2019

For Birth Control: “I honestly was so afraid from reading the reviews on this pill. Been on it for a month and: No vaginal sensitivity, sex drive is fine, boobs are fine, no nausea, no spotting, I have been sleepy but I work a lot soooo (?), my mood is normal if not improved... Trust me folks, it's not everyone. I gained 100lbs on Junel and if anything I've lost weight on Isibloom. I got it through the pill club. I'm having my usual moodiness towards period time but nothing else. Don't be too afraid. Also don't think too much or you might cause yourself to experience non-existent symptoms!”

8 / 10
Annie Dudlee · Taken for 6 months to 1 year July 31, 2020

For Birth Control: “My experience with Isibloom seems to be the opposite of everyone else. I was fine the first 3-4 months but around month five my mood swings began. I would be laughing one second and the next my boyfriend would say he wants to go get food and I would cry because I didn’t want to get out of bed, or I was so happy he was thinking the same thing. Now we’re in about month 8 and I have diarrhea most days of the week, 3 days of my week I’m crying for nothing or because I’m happy but I can never tell my boyfriend why I’m upset because I simply don’t know. I’ve never felt this way and it’s concerning to me why it happened to most women within the first month and stopped but it’s happening to me in months 5-9 and it just keeps getting worse. I still am sexually active and my sex drive is the same as it always has been. But I wonder what could help the mood swings stop...?”

4 / 10
Liz · Taken for less than 1 month September 22, 2020

For Birth Control: “Isibloom gave me extreme cramping, constant vomiting, diarrhea, severe joint stiffness and pain, daily migraines this was soooooooooo not worth it! Everyone is different so you might be one of the lucky few that don’t have any side effects but for me this was one of the most horrendous experiences of my life. Never again!”

1 / 10
miki · Taken for 1 to 6 months January 27, 2021

For Birth Control: “I am now on my second pack of Isibloom. The first week I did have quite a bit of mood swings but the main side effect I had was with my stomach. I’ve been having strange bowel movements where I'm bloated quite a lot with no bowel movement being constipated for a few days then go back to normal then back to no movement. I’ve been on a loop for a month now but it’s slowly not being as bad as it was before. If it does continue, I will be switching my birth control brand. Besides that, it does do the job I’m not pregnant!”

8 / 10
Mrs. Figueroa March 8, 2020

For Birth Control: “I received Isibloom from the Pill Club... the first month was kinda crazy. It made me extremely nauseous, my boobs hurt all the time & I definitely noticed an increase in anxiety, depression & just overall mood swings. I didn’t notice a difference with acne (but I’ve been lucky enough to never really have a problem with that). I decided to stick with it though & I'm glad I did because after my body adjusted to it, everything else levelled out. I’m now on month 3 & the ONLY issue I still have is ongoing breast tenderness & occasional breakthrough bleeding (but it’s such a small amount that it’s not troublesome or a hindrance at all). I also have not gotten pregnant so it evidently does its job. I’ve previously been on other birth control pills that literally turned me into The Incredible Hulk so the side effects from Isibloom have been relatively mild by comparison.”

8 / 10
Kittycat87 · Taken for 1 to 2 years July 23, 2019

For Birth Control: “The reviews on here are all so harsh lol. I felt like I needed to give my experience. I’ve been on Isibloom for over a year, and I’ve had no issues. When I first started I was so worried about how my body would react based on other experiences, but everyone is different. I’ve had no problems, I often take it continuously to skip my period and have no problems. I really like it, sometimes if I take it continuously for a while my breasts will get sore, and I might be a little moody. But then I take the placebo and have my period and I feel fine after that. This really works for my body. You never know how you will react.”

9 / 10
Angie · Taken for 1 to 6 months July 26, 2019

For Birth Control: “Isibloom is the first birth control brand that I have been on and all I can say is that it has done me wonders. I have severe acne and I was really hoping that it could clear up my skin and it did! After my third month on the pill, my skin was finally healing and I couldn't be any happier. It has also shortened my period, lessened my cramps, and reduced my flow. On top of all that, I gained no weight whatsoever. If anything, I lost ten pounds, and it has not caused me to become depressed or sad in any way. Isibloom really works for me!”

9 / 10
Rell · Taken for 1 to 6 months July 1, 2020

“I have been taking Isibloom a bit over 30 days only to put my cycle back on track will completely stop taking after next month. Pill is ok. Causes nausea. Intercourse is not fun theres a loss in your sex drive and natural wetness decrease TMI lol.”

7 / 10
Liz · Taken for 1 to 6 months May 9, 2019

For Birth Control: “My experience so far with Isibloom is the opposite of other users, I find it great. 3 months in and I have no complaints. No periods anymore, which is a blessing since as a hemophiliac mine are dreadful. As a normally small breasted woman I also appreciate the extra cup and a half I've gained in bra size! The only thing I've noticed is an occasional increase in appetite but so far no noticeable weight gain. No mood changes. All in all, a great experience for me so far!”

9 / 10
Anonymous · Taken for 1 to 2 years October 31, 2019

For Birth Control: “I have been on Isibloom for a little over a year. It was great, I had super short periods, start of acne clearing up but just yesterday I woke up with horrible chest pains and was sent to the ER. I found out I had a pulmonary embolism in my lung. I will be going to my OB tomorrow to make sure I’m on the right path to getting healthy. Super scary and hope no one has to deal with that! I am 22 years old and never thought something like this would ever happen as I am super healthy and have no health issues.”

1 / 10
Scake August 8, 2019

For Birth Control: “I felt like I needed to post my positive experience on Isibloom since there so many bad reviews on here!!! I was kind of terrified to start it after seeing the reviews, however, it’s been the best BC I’ve been on so far. I was a little nauseous the first pack I took, but not horrible. My skin is great, my mood is fine, sex drive didn’t change, and I don’t have any spotting or breakthrough bleeding (which I always have on other BC) also, it’s quite affordable! Works just fine for my bod. Give isibloom a chance.”

10 / 10
chenny · Taken for 1 to 6 months July 15, 2019

For Birth Control: “A lot of these reviews are bad, but of course if you have a bad experience with something you’re going to write about it and contradicting that, with your good experiences, you will most likely not leave a review. This birth control pill is very tiny and easy to take and I have been on Isibloom for a month through an online pill subscription and I have very few side effects. My age is 18, and the only side effect I’ve really only experiences is tender breast’s and slight breast size improvement (maybe a cup?). Although, I’ve had mood swings and I’m very emotional, getting frustrated and annoyed very easily.”

9 / 10
GB · Taken for 1 to 6 months June 6, 2020

For Birth Control: “I started using Isibloom because I just started my sex life and I wanted to be responsible. I received it thu The pill club. I used to have acne. Isibloom helped with that. I’ve been using it 5 months already. I’ve been suffering from pain on my breasts. It did not help with my cramps I still have the same pain as before. I did not gain weight. I did not have any nauseousness. I did have diarrhea for the first 2 weeks or so. The only problem I have is that my sex drive is super low. Before taking Isibloom I would get turn on easily. I would want to touch myself. After this product, I have painful sex! It’s horrible. My partner and I have thought maybe it will go away. Because according to the prescriptions side effects go away within 3 months. This month would be my 6th month but I’ve decided to stop using it for the sake of my relationship. It’s pretty uncomfortable to have sex while it hurts.”

6 / 10
lylian · Taken for 6 months to 1 year October 29, 2019

For Birth Control: “I have been taking this pill Isibloom for about 9 months now. Despite all the negative comments on this medication, it has helped me with my mood swings, acne, painful periods, and painful intercourse. Everyone body is different, and everyone can react differently on the pill. I will say though, missing even just one of these pills can increase your chances of pregnancy. So be careful!! I suggest using a period tracker eg Clue this has helped me see when my next period will start, how long my period will last, AND the most important thing i get from this app, is you can input the days you've taken your pill. then, if you miss a day, or take your pill late, it shows you how many days you need to use backup protection during intercourse. Isibloom is an AMAZING pill, and I have merely no side affects!!”

10 / 10
Dee · Taken for 6 months to 1 year November 1, 2019

For Birth Control: “I was on Isibloom for almost a year. As long as you are the within the weight guideline or BMI, it works. I took mine at night around 9pm so I wouldn't get nauseous. The pills are super small. I didn't have insurance, I got a 3 month supply for only $15.90. They are amazing to work with.”

10 / 10
amber March 12, 2020

“Hey! I had terrible cramps every month. I would be doubled over in pain for hours and, often times, vomiting. I would be unable to work for 2-3 days every period. Isibloom was a complete game changer for me. In the beginning I had acne and tender breast, but after the first three weeks it’s been smooth sailing. Just give your body maybe at least a month to adjust I’m not using this drug to prevent pregnancy”

9 / 10
Jessica · Taken for 1 to 6 months December 24, 2019

For Birth Control: “Ok so I received the Isibloom via the pill club and oh my lord so far this is perfect. I say try it longer than two days because yes I got nauseous but only for two days. After that nothing, I feel the same as before I started and nothing bad about it. So don’t let the other reviews scare you because this will work different for everyone . GET YO BIRTH CONTROL GIRL”

8 / 10

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