the element with an androgenic effect in microgynon is Levonorgestrel, but it depends on the patient,
if you are using this ocp without side effects , so no need for switching to another drug..
other ocp containing drospirenone will have anti-androgenic effect , you can use them,
always ask your gyn for that & before taking any medication..
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