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Can stopping the birth control pill cause nausea diarrhea and cramps?


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2015-07-15 18:23:53
2015-07-15 18:23:53

If you've been on the pill for a while, and are used to light periods that last only a couple of days with no cramping, when you go off the pill you can go immediately back to longer periods with cramping and increased bloating. Some women may take longer to get back to their "normal" period, but everyone's different so what's normal? For me, and it sounds like for you, normal was a heavy period, and it started back that way within the first to two months off the pill.


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