Does eloine pill cause nausea or vomiting?

How our community feel they have been impacted by nausea or vomiting on eloine pill

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Out of the 36 reviews for eloine pill, 0 people (0%) reported nausea or vomiting.

Reviewers that reported nausea or vomiting as a side effect

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Used for 1 - 3 mo
21 years old
🇬🇧 UK
  •  5th May 23

  •  Stopped using

This pill was prescribed to me to help with PMDD symptoms. After a week it caused me to begin having extremely severe panic attacks during which I couldn’t breathe and experienced worrying limb numbness. I didn’t sleep for a week and stopped taking it straight away. Worst experience of my life!

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Used for 3 - 6 mo
26 years old
🇬🇧 UK
  •  12th Apr 23

  •  Still using

Dr Fran recommended this pill as an option to help me manage my pain levels without affecting my mental health. I have suspected endometriosis and some significant mental health issues too. Prior to trying this pill, I was at my wits end. I was in severe pain every day with frequent flare ups leaving me stuck in bed or throwing up for hours on end. I’d tried a few GP prescribed pills which had been devastating for my mental and physical health. My appointment with Dr Fran was a last attempt to try hormonal methods of management. Overall the experience has been positive. Dr Fran recommended I take the pill continuously for as long as my body could tolerate to a maximum of three months. Half way through month two I had break through bleeding for a few days so took a 4 day pill break. I’m now trialling a two month continuous cycle with a 4 day break. I can definitely feel period like symptoms as my hormone levels change. And I can tell when my body needs a break - my endometriosis symptoms push back through but after a break they abate again. It’ll take some playing around with to get it right but I feel positive that this could be a long term solution to improve my quality of life. Side effects have occurred but nothing significant really. I’ve definitely had a slightly lower libido. Otherwise I’ve noted some vaginal dryness/soreness. This seems to be easing up now I’m into my 4th (ish) month of taking this pill. The only side effect that is proving to be quite a problem for me is hormonal mouth ulcers/mouth soreness. This has never been a problem for me until now so has most definitely been brought on by this pill. They seem to occur mid-way through each packet but do stick around for a good week or two so it feels like I have them a lot. They are rather painful and nothing really helps to get rid of them quickly or to relive the pain. I am hoping this will also abate once I settle into a routine with how I take this pill. I plan on booking an appointment to discuss it and get some further advice. Compared to the pain I was in, this is minor but it is starting to get me down. My mental health has actually been more stable on this pill which was unexpected! I haven’t gained any weight despite having more of an appetite. I actually think I’ve lost a little weight. Regardless, I actually feel better about my body than I have in years. I’m recovered from anorexia and have avoided looking at myself for years. Since being on this pill I seem to see my body differently and have way more positive days than negative. I do get bloated still but not as often as I did. Planning to keep going with this pill - huge thank you to Dr Fran for validating my pain and making me feel like I was worth listening to.

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Used for 18 mo - 3 yr
Lowdown user
🇬🇧 UK
  •  17th Jul 21

  •  Stopped using

I have tried the combo pill before (Yazmin) I think it was when I was a teen. It had similar affects to what I have now if I remember correctly. I got the Mirena coil fitted years ago and had that in for 3 years before having it removed. It was a while before I started noticing the period symptoms return. I had the worst bleed of my life after having the IUD removed which I believe can be expected? The pill was my next choice after doing further research. When I discussed Eloine with my nurse, she suggested to take blood pressure and weight checks before prescribing them to me. I did bleed for a few months into taking these pills, then completely stopped bleeding. I found it ideal as I struggled from period pains and aches. On these pills now I have noticed an increase in acne and sweat/oil production. Although, some of these symptoms could be down to my antidepressants I’ve been on since around the time of my first experience of the pill, which I always consider to be related or due to personal circumstances. I am thinking of changing contraception but still looking into certain ones before I decide to get them in my system. I have noticed that the mood swings, insecurities and paranoia I had has worsened. I even booked another appointment with the nurse and found that as long as there’s no auras with the migraines it’s not as serious. The headaches have been awful. I hope to find something that works or maybe even slowly stop other medications to resolve these issues that don’t help daily living.

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Eloine pill common side effects

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56% of eloine pill reviewers reported tender breasts

53% of eloine pill reviewers reported period like cramps

39% of eloine pill reviewers reported vaginal dryness

39% of eloine pill reviewers reported breast enlargement

39% of eloine pill reviewers reported headaches

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