What Pill Can I Take For The Bleeding From Jadelle

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Tariro Says:
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I have been on jadelle for more than a year and breastfeeding my baby.i had no complications then but my menstrual period stopped because i was breastfeeding.myproblem started when i stopped breastfeeding im experiencing light bleeding for almost a months now is this going to stop or should i remove it.

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sad jadelle victim Says:
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That's exactly what's happening to me ,so l went to a clinic and they told me to take control pills for 21 days and the bleeding stopped , but after the 21days l stopped taking the pills and started bleeding again

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Verwon Says:

It is very hard to say, since irregular bleeding can be a normal side effect of Jadelle, according to FDA reports. You may also experience dizziness, headache, mood changes, and weight changes.

Sad, are you still taking an oral contraceptive, or did you stop, at that point?

Are you on any other medications?

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