Everyworks different for each woman. There are many different combinations of hormones. Any change in hormones could make your body act different. Sometimes you have to see what birth control works best for you.
Birth control should not be used for wight loss, nor does it necessarily make you lose weight.
A woman of 5'5" and 90 lbs should not lose weight. There is certainly no need for her to lose weight to go on birth control.
Yes, if you burn more energy than you take in, you will lose weight.
You lose weight when you burn more calories than you ingest. If the birth control pills are forcing you to overeat and underexercise, you might lose weight if you stop taking them. You could also try eating less and/or exercising more.
yes it is because it helps you lose weight yes it is because it helps you lose weight
No.If you mean the contraception pill or other products that contains hormones that no, you don't lose any weight. Weight gain is a very common side effect of hormonal methods of birth control, how much a woman will gain tends to vary. Weight gain is due to an increase in appetite and easier fat deposition as a result of the increase in hormones.
If you gained any weight while on the pill, once you stop taking it you will most likely lose the same amount you gained, due to the hormones that are increased, when taking the pill. However, this can depend on your diet, as well as the type of birth control you are taking.
There is not a specific birth control pill that helps with weight loss. A few women with hormonal imbalances may find that weight loss is easier when taking the birth control pill, but any pill will work for this purpose.
Not at all it helps if you diet to a certain weight and maintain it for a while it should be hard to get over that weight. I think dietng helps you lose weight in the future. I dieted and lose weight without dieting.
That's not likely, but you can give it a try. In controlled studies, the pill doesn't appear to cause weight gain. To lose weight, you need to eat less and exercise more.
BCP have not conclusively be connected to weight gain - as many women lose weight from taking them as gain weight. The same percent on a placebo also gain and lose. If you are one of those women who gained from BCP - changing or stopping the pill should allow you to lose weight by reducing calories sensibly.
* No, it does not. * There is never an occassion when sugar helps you to lose weight.
No. A controlled diet helps to lose weight, it may include salads
its harder if in natural way...but its easy if you try to effort artificially...with surgery maybe.
Exercise and healthy eating. You want to shoot for a 500 calorie deficit per day
Diane pills are a birth control method that can affect hormones. Depending on your hormones, you can gain or lose weight. Each individual is affected differently.
It depends on your body as well as the type of birth control you are on. The shot makes some people gain weight, lose weight, have their period for a month, and makes them dizzy. For Others it doesn't. You just have to see what fits you. If its too strong then ask your doctor for a lower dosage.
i have for a while felt really bloted and gained over the 5 years probbobly 5 to 8 pounds not sure if it was from birth control. I always watch what I eat and am pretty active.
Celery helps your body, but you have to excercise. You can't lose weight by eating food.
It does help lose weight and, helps you tone your musclesyes
it does not help lose weight but it helps your skin to become softer
Woman swear by the pill causing weight gain, but the manufactures say it is not so and as many women lose weight as gain while on OCP.
it helps you lose weight, .. and and helps you burn fat and calories
Proper diet and exercise.
There is no evidence that fenugreek helps with weight loss.