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Old 09-15-2010, 05:33 AM
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i will be trying Yaz. it has the lowest about of estrogen so i hope everything is ok. omg its expensive. Nordette has been out of stock for months an i kinda fed up of that cause if i didn't keep a couple boxes all the time i'd have to keep changing my BCP. I was going to start Novyette which i heard is better than Nordette but i informed my doctor i needed something else and he said Yaz had the lowest levels.

gonna give it a few months and see what happens.
I hope it works for you!
I've been able to sign up for pharmacy discounts offered to those whose prescriptions are underinsured- it helps with the price.
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Old 09-15-2010, 10:31 AM
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i pay TT$85 for a box. Nordette use to be TT$17 when i first started. Now its TT$32 or more. coverted Yaz us problarly much cheaper than in the US. rate is 6:1 i think i will find out if the family planning clinic has Yaz but i doubt it.

i read all the warnings. read review. i've never had problems with meds so i'm banking on that. really don't need to go up another cup size though LOL
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Old 11-05-2010, 10:08 PM
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I tried using the birth control pill Junel 1/20 and was on it for 3 months, but then had to stop because it caused too many problems. I was really hoping this would be my answer for my horrible cramps, but it made my lymphatic malformation swell and caused pain. I also got new growth. It's a bit disappointing..
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Old 11-12-2010, 12:17 AM
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oh no I am sorry to hear that. I've started my second pack of Yaz with zero problems. So far great. I don't think i even felt cramps this time. But every month can be alittle different.
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Old 11-14-2010, 10:10 PM
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oh no I am sorry to hear that. I've started my second pack of Yaz with zero problems. So far great. I don't think i even felt cramps this time. But every month can be alittle different.
Glad yours is going well. I noticed problems after 2 months, which is a pretty short period of time. :/ I wish I could use the pill, would make my life so much easier, but oh well. High dose pain medication for me! lol.
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