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    Nuva Ring Depression, help?
    An_246951 posted:
    I just started the nuva ring, and when I had it in my mood was normal and everything was fine. On Monday, though, I took it out because I needed to start my period and I'll put a new one in this next Monday. All of a sudden my mood changed - I'm depressed for no reason, and I get the weirdest cravings. I'm hoping when I put in a new ring my mood will go back to normal, has this happened to anybody else?
    iceechic responded:
    My experience with the nuva ring were horrible not only did the mood swings drive me crazy, I also had intense burning during intercourse with it. I gave it up and went to the pill. I hope that your body may regulate to the hormones in the ring but mine did not.

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