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Answered 2011-08-09 20:48:17

There is no guarantee that breasts will swell while taking birth control pills. Breast tenderness and swelling are two common side effects of oral contraceptives. Other common side effects include cramping, nausea and ankle swelling. These side effects usually go away as the body gets acclimated to the pills.

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