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2007-05-17 02:44:21
2007-05-17 02:44:21

Absolutely. Birth Control formulations vary in strength of both estrogen and progestin and in types of progestin. Changes to either of these components can cause different side effects than you may have experienced before. There isn't one answer - it depends on what you were on before and what you are taking now. You might consider talking to your pharmacist about what you were on and what you changed to. Let him/her know the side effects you are experiencing or concerns you may have.

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