Livial ,muscle and joints pain

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hello.i just started my second pack of livial,did not see any good change so far, but from few days ago a stsrted to fell muscle pain in my legs and arms, a terrible joit pain in my hips and shoulders and my feet hurts, i can believe livial is doing this to me, i was reading some side efects from livial and it can have the muscle and joit pain.

i was given the livial for mood changes, libido zero and seems that instead, i got this terrible pains.

should i stop taking or should i give some more time?any of you had these sintoms?and also for the last few days i was so out of control, very nervous..i really confused about livial..please help me..

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    Hi, I've been taking them for 2 years without this particular problem. I have the odd ache and pains related to my age however.

    I've read these pains can be hormonal however so possibly the dose is too high for you. I had read a clinical trial where patients were given half a dose of Livial and still experienced an increase in libido. Maybe you could give that a go and see if things improve.

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    Hi tracy, thank you , i may try half dose then.but because the joint pain was too much i stoped the livial the day before yesterday, the muscle pain is gone and the joint pain is less,i am sad because i did not see nay reault that i was witing for, specially the libido issue and i had to stop.

    Also i had my period for seven days and it finish exactly on the day i stoped the livial, and today i got the bleeding again, i dont know if this is related to the livial stoping, but i will try a half dose as you say and hope it works better.

    i forgot to mention that today, second day without livial i am having the worst head ache, did not get better even after motrin....ho boy, that is hard...

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