The following results on this page are based on **15**
unique reviews from patients using the DrugStars app. These DrugStars users
have given a Medicine Experience and Attitude (MEA) score of
**78.8** in the range of -100 to +100 for **Junel**
To see how the MEA Score is calculated click here.

78.8

Extremely effective (36%)

Very (57%)

Somewhat (7%)

Slightly (0%)

Very little effective (0%)

Not at all bothered (67%)

Slightly (27%)

Somewhat (7%)

Very (0%)

Extremely bothered (0%)

For more information on how the MEA score and MEA Index is calculated take a look here

Trionetta
n = 15

Norethisterone / estrogen
n = 20

Etnor
n = 27

Junel
n = 15

Triregol
n = 76

Femanor
n = 27

Microstad
n = 94

Dretine
n = 27

Evra
n = 50

Cliovelle
n = 86

Clairette
n = 79

Activelle
n = 177

Finminette
n = 31

Denise
n = 105

Nexplanon
n = 38

Neovletta
n = 51

Harmonet
n = 56

Diza
n = 17

Ovranette
n = 52

Microgyn
n = 673

Tri-sprintec
n = 45

Conludag
n = 36

Femicept
n = 5072

Zarelle
n = 27

Nuvaring
n = 73

Femistad
n = 53

Loette
n = 158

Cleosensa
n = 36

Vreya
n = 129

Azalia
n = 224

Levonorgestrel
n = 24

Ortho tri-cyclen
n = 17

Movinella
n = 29

Estron
n = 44

Malonetta
n = 1946

Zyrona
n = 159

Leverette
n = 180

Dienorette
n = 167

Marvelon
n = 118

Femodette
n = 17

Vinelle
n = 1327

Anastrella
n = 1093

Cilest
n = 1066

Lo loestrin fe
n = 40

Gestinyl
n = 79

Minulet
n = 51

Daylette
n = 43

Qlaira
n = 238

Dizminelle
n = 115

Synfase
n = 87

Rosal
n = 352

Mirena
n = 36

Oralcon
n = 1282

Mini-pe
n = 791

Desogestrel
n = 1985

Microgynon
n = 1548

Kosidina
n = 50

Cerazette
n = 2892

Rigevidon
n = 1656

Mercilon
n = 606

Norethindrone
n = 42

Sprintec
n = 65

Amorest 28
n = 293

Yasminelle
n = 338

Loette 28
n = 1895

Cerelle
n = 801

Estrelen
n = 278

Almina 28
n = 709

Prionelle
n = 1225

Gestrina
n = 243

Yasmin
n = 740

Levest
n = 202

Feminil
n = 97

Mirabella
n = 294

Noriday
n = 150

Maexeni
n = 97

Delamonie
n = 124

Diane
n = 310

Minipil
n = 23

Desorex
n = 33

Desirett
n = 136

Gedarel
n = 283

Loestrin
n = 140

Abelonelle 28
n = 128

Zelle
n = 22

Midiana
n = 41

Micronor
n = 18

Yaz
n = 114

Junel fe
n = 25

Cilique
n = 52

Levesia
n = 22

Co-cyprindiol
n = 51

Daisynelle
n = 18

Yana
n = 23

Norgeston
n = 22

Feanolla
n = 71

Kliogest
n = 22

Millinette
n = 78

Cleonita
n = 25

Isibloom
n = 27

Desomono
n = 24

Lucette
n = 107

Diamilla
n = 15

Melleva
n = 40

Dizmine
n = 65

Zelleta
n = 123

Dianette
n = 54

Femodene
n = 27

Norethisterone
n = 70

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DrugsDisclosed has gathered medical insights from 15 real-world patients taking Junel. These patients are from different countries, lifestyles and healthcare systems, their unifying characteristic is the medicine they take.

14 patients taking Junel were asked how effective they found their medicine. 93% felt that Junel was very / extremely effective, while 7% found it to be only somewhat effective. This means that 0% felt that Junel had only a slight or very little effect.

We asked 15 patients taking Junel how bothered they were by side effects from taking Junel? Of those asked 93% reported that they were not at all or only slightly bothered by any side effects, while 7% of those asked reported feeling somewhat bothered. Meaning that sadly 0% of patients using Junel felt very or extremely bothered by the side effects of taking Junel.

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The data provided do not represent scientific processed data, and is solely based on individuals subjective review. All reviews is verified with a picture during the review process on the DrugStars app.