It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....

Message Board

Birth Control Board Index
Pages: 1Showing 1 - 18 of 18 for birth control and increased libido. (0.013 seconds)

... I've heard of people saying their particular forms of birth control actually increased their libido? ... (6 replies)
... ill long term, say over 5 years or more, then be prepared for a lowered or nonexistant libido. Once it happens and gets bad enough for you to actually notice it and realize that it's the pill causing your problem, it's going to be too late to find another one to reverse the problem. ... (10 replies)
... that pills that are higher in progestin are better for the libido, although that hasn't been my experience. Like the other ladies said, you just have to try it and see. Good luck, I know it's frustrating. ... (12 replies)

... These side effects can happen on any hormonal birth control. As far as Yasmin and Yaz, women seem to either love it or hate it. ... (2 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. ... (137 replies)
... weight with this pill. Actually, there is significant weight gain after a year. Also, after a year, a lot of women lose a lot of their hair not to mention their libido and increased mood swings and irratibility. ... (137 replies)
... Desogen slaughtered my sex drive. I was only on it for a month, though, but that's not a side effect I can tolerate. As soon as I went off it, it came back. BTW, now I'm on Ovcon-35 and it's working out fine (no libido loss, slightly increased actually :) ). I've been on it 5 months. (4 replies)
... Regarding: Ortho Novum 1/35 aka Necon 1/35 aka Norinyl 1/35 aka Nortrel 1/35 (all of these have the same drugs in them, just different generic names, which is why you don't hear about ortho novum, it is the brand name!) Ortho novum 1/35 has medium estrogen, medium/high progestin, and medium androgen effects Breast tenderness is a side effect of having either too much... (11 replies)
... sex drives and using this pill, as well as it being permanent. I have also heard its different for every women. But exactly what makes it different? ... (12 replies)
... of the unfortunate ones that it causes bacterial vaginosis. My doctor told me that my body would either be okay with a foreign object in there or it would not. And it was very unfortunate in my opinion. Aside from that, I LOVED the NuvaRing. It doesn't cause any decreased libido, like many of the pills do. ... (5 replies)
... etes at least four of the B vitamins. Taking a B complex vitamin every day might help improve your mood by replenishing what's being lost. I don't know if your libido will improve, but it would be worth taking just to see if it makes you feel better. ... (10 replies)
... Well, ive been off the pill for I think 3 weeks now and I think ive noticed my sex drive and presence of "dirty thoughts" are starting to come back, but im still not where I was before being on the pill. ... (10 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. The hormones in every pill brand have the potential to decrease your libido. ... (11 replies)
... I stopped using the pill after marriage, and I definately feel better. ... (2 replies)
Necon 1/35
Aug 30, 2008
... I have also been taking Necon since June of this year. I switched my insurances and had to give up Yaz for my doctor's recommendation of Necon. ... (8 replies)
Necon 1/35
Aug 30, 2008
... ctually really happy with this pill. The only changes that I've experienced are breast growth, which is a good thing for me since I used to barely fill an A cup, and now I do which is great. I don't feel like a kid anymore, haha. My appetite has changed as well... I rarely feel like eating. ... (8 replies)
... Hmm well the only advice I can give you is that it's probably best to go on a low dosage birth control with very low hormone levels but just enough to be effective. Sadly, it's almost impossible to find the "right" pill... ... (1 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)

Pages: 1

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 04:28 PM.

© 2020 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!