LORYNA: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Menstrual Disorders “I’ve been on this since late 2016. The doctor told me I can skip placebo weeks for up to 3 months. So I did that and started spotting so I took it down to 2 months. Things were ok for a year but coming into 2018 I started spotting in between periods. Like non stop pink discharge. And I don’t know if I’ve always had them but I noticed tiny spider veins in my leg. I’m tan so you can barely see them but I notice them. I went to the doctor and told him my issues and he said to keep doing what I’m doing. So I said hell no, transferred all my records to an OBGYN office and hopefully getting an IUD on Monday. But I’ve heard horrible side effects on this pill. It has both estrogen and progesterone which can really cause issues but here’s what I experienced: weight loss, clearer skin, much higher sex drive. Literally the only issue is my spotting and the one spider vein. I’m so sorry for everyone who has apparently been through hell on this. I had great side effects”

Berry (taken for 1 to 2 years) February 23, 2018

For Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder “After two months my daughter is having a severe adverse reaction. She has had CT, MRI and now being treated by a cardiologist for long term monitoring due to her risk of blood clotting and heart/stroke related symptoms. This is a very dangerous drug – and for what? Acne and PMDD? Please research before taking. Stop immediately with ANY adverse side effects.”

Mom who cares (taken for 1 to 6 months) February 22, 2018

For Birth Control “I was on this BC for three months (they tell you to wait three months to test it out). The first month consisted of horrible mood swings and headaches. For the past two months I have been bleeding brown blood discharge daily, and my acne has gotten ten times worse. I had acne before I started Loryna but by the third month mark I had cystic acne on my chest and back. PAINFUL acne. I am going to my gyno tomorrow to switch.”

amandapanda101 January 23, 2018

For Menstrual Disorders “The good: I started taking Loryna about 6 weeks ago. I have endometriosis. I have since had one menstrual cycle that was normal and virtually painless (yay!) Concerns: Anyone experienced dizziness or slight vertigo more easily after starting this pill? I have been on a few different BC pills for 20 years, but I don’t quite remember this feeling. Looking down at something I’m reading or doing downward dog pose repeatedly or for longer durations makes me feel dizzy and nauseous. My breasts are tender and sore (that took 5 weeks to kick in!) and my face is breaking out all of a sudden. If you’ve taken this and had dizziness/nausea easily, please let me know what you did to help stop it! Or whether I should stop the pill?”

MtnClimber January 21, 2018

For Menstrual Disorders “I have been on this pill for over a year now. I have not had any negative side effects. No cramping or spotting or any weight gain. My bra size went from a 32B to a 32D, can’t complain about that. I have endometriosis, and my periods without this pill were a painful nightmare. I was fainting due to the severity of my cramps, I was also vomiting due to the pain. I became anemic due to it too, but since going on this pill it is a breeze. I usually skip the inactive pills and just not have a period, but when I do it is about 3-4 days long with moderate cramping. Not as bad as before. I have no complaints or problems.”

MayBrynn January 14, 2018

For Birth Control “It took me a few tries to get the right birth control for my body and once I found Loryna, it was perfect! All my acne disappeared, I went from an AA cup to a B cup in bra size, and it made my painful and irregular periods go away and make them bearable and regular. I never had any mood swings, just normal PMS like everyone has. Slight weight gain but it went away after a month. This pill also goes well with anxiety medication I take so I highly recommend it.”

paulaleeman (taken for 1 to 2 years) January 10, 2018

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