yes it can, such as increased breast size and tenderness, and some people feel nausea as well. howeever, one thing it does do is keep your period extremely regular. mine was very irregular, it could be every month or every other month, but after i got on the pill it has come on the same day for a year now. being a week early would be unusual on the pill, especially if you have taken them correctly. people's bodies react differently to pills though, so maybe it is normal for you.
Defintitely. When I used to take the pill, my breasts were always extremely sore (tried all of the different kinds of pills with different hormone levels and nothing stopped them from hurting). I also felt bloated all of the time, and occasionally even felt really light waves of morningsickness-like symptoms (without ever puking). I finally switched to the nuvaring form of birth control & love it. You don't have to remember to take it, you can't feel it, and for me, it alleviated all of the symptoms described earlier.
Be careful with nuvaring. I kept getting severe vaginal infections, that i could never completely get rid of. My doctor told me that nuvaring can harbor bacteria and yeast. I switched back to the pill, and I haven't had any problems since. I too had morning sickness with the pill (ortho tri-cyclen lo) to the point of vomiting. Try Yasmin, it's much better.
No - any effects from the pill will disappear as soon as you stop taking it. But remember that once you cease the pill, your body's "normal" cycle will once again take over. It may take a couple of months to get back in the swing of things and this could cause PMS like symptoms that could be mistaken for pregnancy. If you are definitely not pregnant and your body doesn't "settle down" soon - see a doctor. Hello. Yes, it is possible to experience pregnancy like symptoms for up to 6 months after coming off the pill.
You only have about a .05% chance of becoming pregnant while on the pill, if taken everyday as directed. If pregnancy does happen while taking BCP, yes - you will experience the same symptoms you would experience if not on the pill - the baby will not be effected by use of hormonal BC, early in pregnancy.
Yes you can get symptoms, Menstual and pregnancy symptoms are very similar so can be confused alot, such as cramps, headaches, sore breasts, feeling poorly. If you suspect you are pregnant than take a test but this is very unlikely if you have been taking your pill correctly (same time every day, not 3 hours later than the time you usually take it). The mini-pill will not affect a pregnancy test result.
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