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... I have been on birth control pills for too long. I would love to get off of them to clear my body of hormones but we are afraid of getting pregnant right away. ... (3 replies)
... I had the same problem. I have been prescribed Loestrin 1/30. It is the most androgenic BCP on the market and is supposed to increase your drive (or atleast, NOT diminish it) and has very low incidents of other side effects. I have read good reviews about it and women have said their libido went up (or back to normal) after switching to Loestrin -- the 30 mg. one though,... (5 replies)
... I have been taking birth control for about a year now. I take Velivet which is the generic for Cyclessa. My sex drive has been very low to the point where now I can live without sex. Once in a blue moon I will have sexual urges, but even that is very rare. ... (5 replies)

... Hi there. I'm new to the boards. ... (0 replies)
... I've never been on the Loestrin either. Lowered libido is a potential side effect for any pill because the pill lowers testosterone. ... (10 replies)
... drsp. to allow you to have a period. So when you go back to back with packs your body is steadily getting the hormones that you would get on any of the other rows. ... (5 replies)
... I had very positive results from being on the pill for 18 years and will be talking to my doctor about going back on it. ... (6 replies)
... But when they go on the pill, they feel they are protected enough so they can be spontaneous and therefore it temporarily gives them a boost in libido for that reason. ... (6 replies)
... I'm new to the forum so I apologize if this subject has been discussed before. ... (9 replies)
... When it comes to libido and oral contraceptives, it's a real hit or miss game. Some brand may work great for one person, and have awful libido lowering effects on the next. ... (8 replies)
... Norethindrone acetate has been known to significantly increase the libido. Loestrin 24 contains Norethindrone Acetate. If you try it, let us know how it worked for you! ... (11 replies)
Loestrin 24 Fe
Jul 19, 2006
... There's no definate answers to your questions. Your libido and MAY increase, or it may remain stagnant. Many women try man different brands and never find an increased libido. It's a trial and error situation. ... (11 replies)
... i feel like we're just throwing ideas and rumors around. i've been on it for three weeks. i've been bleeding for those three weeks. that'll increase anybody's irratibility, decrease libido or any kind of sex life, and make them want to pull their hair out! so if you're really that concerned about your weight. ... (137 replies)
... You should try Alesse! From what I understand, the progestin in Alesse is very androgenic, which means that it could possibly increase your libido, i.e., make you a lot less dry. ... (4 replies)
... I was on it for a year and a half and have no complaints except a major loss of libido, but I suppose that comes with the territory. I have to agree with the poster who said the weight gain is not the pill, it's the increase in appetite it causes. ... (8 replies)
Apr 2, 2009
... I've never taken Kariva before. However, I can tell you that all hormonal birth control has the potential to zap the libido. This is because it lowers testosterone. ... (2 replies)
... Actually the birth control pill is known to bind testosterone and decrease your sex drive. Testosterone is the hormone that influences your libido and recent research has found that oral contraceptives tend to bind testosterone making it unavailable to your body. ... (2 replies)
... Glad to have found this board! ... (7 replies)
... Every birth control pill has the potential to cause a decreased libido. ... (1 replies)
... I was on it for years and never had any problems, except for a low libido. But, I've always had a low libido, so I can't say that the pill was to blame. ... (4 replies)

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