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Condition: Birth Control
4/12/2013 9:14:38 PM

Reviewer: Clueless, 35-44 Female on Treatment for 1 to less than 2 years (Patient)

Effectiveness

Current Rating: 3

Ease of Use

Current Rating: 4

Satisfaction

Current Rating: 1

Comment:
CVS switched me from Kariva to Viorele a year ago. I have headaches for a year or so every month when I have period. I didn't even think it could be related to the change. I exercise regularly and weight was never an issue. But lately, it seems hard to control the weight gain. I thought it is because I am 40 and above. At 44, acnes still popped out around my chin. I finally told my doctor abou ... Show Full Comment

Condition: Birth Control
4/10/2013 10:35:57 AM

Reviewer: nothappywithviorele, 25-34 Female on Treatment for 1 to 6 months (Patient)

Effectiveness

Current Rating: 1

Ease of Use

Current Rating: 4

Satisfaction

Current Rating: 1

Comment:
Total nightmare! I took Mircette originally, had to make the change to Kariva when it went generic. Took Kariva for YEARS and loved it - no weight gain, acne, mood, anything. Went into CVS one day to pick up my Rx and was given Viorele with no explanation. I can't even describe how much this stuff ruined my life over the past couple of months. Weight gain, crazy bleeding that had me terrified, ... Show Full Comment

Condition: Birth Control
3/29/2013 12:32:57 PM

Reviewer: onlinemaven, 45-54 Female on Treatment for 1 to less than 2 years (Patient)

Effectiveness

Current Rating: 5

Ease of Use

Current Rating: 5

Satisfaction

Current Rating: 5

Comment:
I've been on Viorele for a year (noticed they switched to generic as soon as I went to order it from CVS). Everything's been fine. It's a low-dose pill so if you're bloating or having depressive episodes, perhaps they're attributable to something else? Just a thought. I love the CVS PMS pills - they definitely take the edge off (and reduce bloating). Give it a try!

Condition: Birth Control
3/26/2013 3:11:01 PM

Reviewer: 25-34 Female (Patient)

Effectiveness

Current Rating: 1

Ease of Use

Current Rating: 1

Satisfaction

Current Rating: 1

Comment:
The worst pill that I have ever taken in over 10 years on the pill. CVS swicthed me to this even thought my script was Kariva. Cramping, haedaches, naseaua and exhausted. I actually took a pregnancy test due to the above symptoms and upon it being negative I put it all together. I was fine until I started this script, am fine and do no experience any of the above symptoms the week of the sugar pil ... Show Full Comment

Condition: Birth Control
3/25/2013 8:50:15 PM

Reviewer: ah42, 19-24 Female on Treatment for 6 months to less than 1 year (Patient)

Effectiveness

Current Rating: 1

Ease of Use

Current Rating: 1

Satisfaction

Current Rating: 1

Comment:
I've been taking Kariva and when I went to CVS they said it was discontinued and I had to now take Viorele. Well this is NOT KARIVA! I took this for a few months and had a continuous yeast infection that whole time. I found Kariva and went back to that, infection went away. CVS ran out and I had to go back to Viorele and the yeast infection came back. DON'T GET THIS PRODUCT!!!!

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