Stopping Birth Control changes your hormone level, that's why the tender breasts. Unless you have had unprotected sex and are prego.AnswerTender swollen breasts are not usually a symptom seen with stopping the pill.As stated above, it is a symptom of pregnancy however. After not ovulating due to being on the pill, it is not uncommon for women to ovulate soon after stopping the pill, so if you are having unprotected sex, get a pregnancy test. AnswerYes this does sometimes occur after stopping BCP. If your period doesn't arrive in 4 weeks, perform a HPT.
Swelling and tenderness of the breasts around ovulation time can be normal.
It is not that they are getting smaller, it is that the breasts are going back to their normal size. Birth control can sometimes make the breasts swell, just like right before your period. They will not be any smaller then before birth control.
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It very well could be that you are pregnant.
yes it can be in some women.
This is very normal and part of the period. Don't worry it will fade in a few days.
The breasts are how they are. During menstruation they can get swollen but a normal breast is never hard. If she has implant she needs to speak to her surgeon.
It's not likely to be related to stopping the pill. Either your growth wasn't complete, or you're gaining weight in you breasts. Lack of estrogen and progesterone doesn't grow breasts.
Swollen feet, legs, arms everything is normal for pregnancy.
yes your body isnt regulated yet
Yes, stopping them has the same effect as taking the pills that usually promp your body to start the period.
Yes it is normal. You may still experience symptoms on and off for upto 3 months after stopping the pill.
Yes, when you stop birth control pills, the hormone levels in your body drop. Then you have withdrawal bleeding.
Well bleeding is normal after stopping your pills. And by the way if you are having your period your not pregnant. It's only when you don't have your period for a while should you think you are pregnant.
It is normal for your breasts to get larger as you grow.
It is normal.
Well take a pregnancy test to make sure, and it might just be a normal thing. so yeah, a pregnancy test sounds good.
Yes, it is normal
Your first period after stopping birth control pills will normally arrive in 4-6 weeks. If your periods were irregular before you went on the pill, they're likely to return quickly to their previous irregular pattern.
Yes it is normal. Lymph nodes can remain swollen for months after a cold or infection has passed.
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Yes it is normal :)
You need to go see a doctor. If they are swollen that's not normal.
Yes it can result in stopping your period but don't worry as this is perfectly normal.