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Switching From Cyestra 35 To Diane 35?

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#1 willowlolaa


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Posted 17 March 2013 - 07:03 PM

So for the past 6 months, i've been on cyestra 35. turns out im suppose to be on diane 35, not cyestra 35. anyways, my face has been pretty good, not totally better but i don't have as much acne. im suppose to switch to diane 35 next month because its better for acne then cyestra is.


but my question is when i start taking diane 35, well my face break out again like when i first starting taking cyestra? or well be okay since i was already taking cyestra 35 before starting diane 35? please help :(

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 01:52 AM

It should be fine but it all depends nobody can really know it all depends on how your body reacts to it! 

I knew someone who was on Diane 35 for their acne her skin looks amazing now! She recommended it for me but I chose Accutane! 

It should be fine and hopefully work better people respond differently to different BC when its used for acne people break out more some don't and it calms their skin down its looking for that one that is for your body! 

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 09:40 AM

diane 35 is really good for acne, i dont think you will break out. it clears up skin so well, i wish i could take it, but it gave me so many side effects when i took it (thrombosis included) and it has also been banned where i live so its not even a choice anymore. I wouldn't take it still for me personally because of the disaster i had with side effects but it might work out very well for you. just give it a go.

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