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I've been on Lutera for 4 months which I got from Planned Parenthood. Its caused me to lose a lot of my libido and I want to switch to a different brand. Does anyone know if I can just get a different brand when I get a refill or do I have to make an appointment to see the nurse? I don't even know if they have any different brands.
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You will need a new prescription to get a different pill. That means you will have to go back to PP or see your doctor and get a new Rx.

Tell the nurse or doctor that your libido's low and you want to try a new pill formula.

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