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I went to the gp today to get cerazette after doing days of reading on it and finally convincing myself that I would give it a try. Before that I read that people who were doing well on cerazette were given cerelle and it messed them up. So I made sure to tell my dr I want cerazette not cerelle, she said they don't prescribe it anymore and has given me not cerelle but literally a generic version. Just says desogestrel 75mg on the box. There are no reviews on this, just horror stories of people being switched to cerelle which is also another cheaper version of cerazette.
I don't know whether to buy brand name cerazette privately or just take what is effectively the same drug. I don't understand why the same drug but branded differently gives people such a different outcome. I like to research and this has no name specifically to research.
Does anyone have any experience with cerazette and the NHS generic version.
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