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I am taking microgynon and getting skin rash. Is it because of microgynon ?

came off microgynon 16months ago now and haven t had a proper cycle yet can go 40plus days between cycles and then spot bleedfor only a few hours. also suffered a molar pregnancy 2 months ago but not sure how far gone i was as didn trealise i was pregnant as was told by doctor weeks before that i wasn t ovulating.have also had this ongoing skin rash which seemed to trigger weeks after coming off the pill, i ve had light therapy treatment which worked to clear skin but the min my treatment stopped it returned. the docs is saying it s perigo but i mnot convinced. it seems to just calm down if i have a day or two of bleeding. do you think this could be linkedto comong off the pill. is there anything i can do or take tohelp with this irritation as it s driving me mad. especially worse in humid conditions and worse on lower legs back and scalp.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Apr 2011
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These appear to be side effects of the pill. The bleeding is termed as breakthrough bleeding. Regarding wanting to conceive again there are various drugs like Clomiphene which can help in anovulation but first your cycles need to be regularised. Follow the Doctor's orders and you will be fine. There are other contraceptives with less side effects like Deopt shots. Discuss this with your Doctor.
Answered: Tue, 28 Jun 2011
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