Rigevidon : Oral Contraceptive

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Active Ingredients:
Ethinylestradiol and Levonorgestrel.

Inactive Ingredients:
Colloidal anhydrous silica, magnesium stearate, talc, maize starch, lactose monohydrate (33 mg), sucrose, calcium carbonate, titanium dioxide (E171), copovidone, macrogol 6000 and povidone carmellose sodium.

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April 20, 2017
Nightmare for acne
I suffered from adult acne in my early 20s, taking the yasmin contraceptive pill and using zineryt eventually cleared it up. I was clear for four years and was on different pills in this time (cilest, microlite and gedarel), then I was given rigevidon. I was on this pill for over two years and it brought all the acne back. It was slow at first, the odd spot here and there but over time it got worse so that I was constantly broken out. Because it didn't happen suddenly and a pill has never broken me out like that before, it took me ages to connect my problem skin to the pill. Eventually, I did. I'm now in my third month back on gedarel and my skin is already looking much better. Avoid rigevidon!
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Anonymous
January 20, 2012

Pros:

Birth control

Cons:

Break outs
Mood swings

Used this pill for three months and it did not help my acne at all. My skin was actually better before i went on this, however i had come of dianette shortly before so could be that my acne had not had time to come back before changing pill. Also would get upset very easily.
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