CRYSELLE: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Birth Control “I’ve been on cryselle for two months and my overall experience has been pretty decent. The last birth control I was on made me extremely nauseous all the time. Cryselle, in my case, has only 2 cons. I have extremely sore breast and I have a more acne.”

unicornlover0629 (taken for 1 to 6 months) February 23, 2018

For Birth Control “At first this pill was wonderful. I experienced after a few months that I was super depressed & sad over nothing. Mood swings constantly and stomach pains all the time on and off my cycle. I became so sad I started having horrible anxiety and then panic attacks on the regular. I cried one to two times weekly over nothing & my relationship started to get sour because of the roller coaster moods. Severe headaches and nausea right after I stopped taking the pill for my cycle and cramps so horrible I couldn’t stand. I was also so tired and had no sex drive. I was unable to enjoy an orgasm because it took so long for me to have one I would give up. I always had a high sex drive this caused more sadness and anxiety for me. I went on the website and had every side effect at least once and decided it was time to get off the pill. This isn’t how a young 24 year old should feel. Please read the side effects asap and do not take this pill any longer if you start to have these same side effects.”

Sadgirllll February 19, 2018

For Birth Control “I just began week 3 of my pack. This has been the absolute worst experience side effect wise I’ve ever had. I’ve used other BC pills, had Mirena, the depo shot, and also used the patch over the last 17 years. No problems from ANY of them except this awful medication. In 3 weeks I have gained 15 pounds (3 of those 15 were gained the first day taking my first pill. I ate maybe 1,200 calories and did 45 mins of cardio that day so I know…. I have psychotic mood swings, and it has interfered with my sleep so badly that I have to take SEVEN Tylenol PM to fall asleep. I am on no other meds, and have no health problems. It is so bad I’m considering quitting taking it a week early. If you’re reading this and considering taking this med please, DON’T!”

Kristin Luttrell (taken for less than 1 month) February 17, 2018

For Birth Control “I never would recommend. Its only prevented pregnancy. I’ve had every worse side a effect. Ever since I started it I’ve bled so heavy for over a month. I feel like I’m sick n dizzy from blood loss. I have major headaches and episodes of crying. Episodes of anger, depression, irritation frustration like a psycho. I’m not myself at all. I’m in such a dark places. I can’t take it! It’s ruining my life. I’ve never been so mad and sad in my life. Uncontrollably miserable in and out everyday. If I’m not raging annoyed for small stuff I’m blank blah and annoyed and I mentally breakdown every other day. I’m switching to ortho tri cyclen. Something about cryselle will make you cry forever. If you want to be negative all the time, just plain miserable, n unpleasant to be around or want to be a psycho this pills for u. I can’t believe how horrible this is.”

Scarybitch (taken for 1 to 6 months) February 7, 2018

For Birth Control “I took this medication for 3 days and it was terrible. The first day everything was fine. On the second day I had a slight headache and I felt bloated. The third day was the worse. I felt fine the entire day and took the pill in the evening and went to the gym. I felt very uncomfortable and I noticed my stomach was visibly bloated and I felt sick. My stomach proceeded to get bigger till the point I started to puke. After that point I stopped taking the medication and have been feeling fine.”

Anonymous January 25, 2018

For Birth Control “I’ve been on this for a year and I haven’t had any bad side effects. No weight gain or anything. I was recently prescribed Trinessa and have never taken it. I want to stick with cryselle.”

Starr777 January 20, 2018

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