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Is ipill is bad to take who is suffering from polycistic disease

suffering from polycistic disease taking krimson 35 as prescribedduring this course took ipill now is it safe suffering from polycistic disease.i am taking krimson35.due to unprotected sex i took ipill while already taking krimson35 as regular is this normal?
Asked On : Thu, 3 Feb 2011
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Krimson 35 contains two drugs. One is to control the acne, hairyness, and masculine problems in PCOD. The other is estrogen to try to stop pregnancy. It can be used for people with PCOD who want a contarcetive benefit as well. If your cycles are of the withdrawal pattern (ie comming on the days you dont take Krimson 35), and you dont miss your medication, then it is possible that you will get a contraceptive benefit as well. Taking the ipill would strengthen the contrceptive effect if taken as prescribed. But ipill has its own hassles and may or may not affect your periods depending when in the cycle it was taken.
Answered: Thu, 3 Feb 2011
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thanks for replying.i also want to know that i am having pain in lower abdomen and stomach is inflated.feeling tensed.
Answered: Fri, 4 Feb 2011
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