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... like follicle that releases it then changes into a hormone that causes the lining of your uterus to rethicken. when an egg is unfertalized and does not attach it starts the cycle all over again. ... (10 replies)
... I have been on birth control all together for about 9 months. ... (0 replies)
... So yeah, I really do not recommend this form of birth control. It has caused me numerous other health problems besides the ones that I mentioned. ... (2 replies)

... months after I was moody, depressed, anxious, losing my hair and breaking out like crazy! It's been 8 months since I've stopped the pill and I'm still shedding hair and breaking out. Luckily I'm not moody anymore. The drop in hormones is what causes all these changes in your body and mood. ... (1 replies)
... Hi everyone. I was just wondering if any has ever noticed any changes in there skin pigmentation. I am noticing that on my upper lip it is turning dark. It clearly not hair!!! Its the pigmentation. ... (5 replies)
... growth can definitely be related to hormonal changes, and birth control can do weird things to different people! ... (3 replies)
... Sounds shady to me. I keep hearing how the things you ingest have an effect on your outer body. I mean I take the BCP and my hair isn't growing any faster, but I guess if ingesting caffeine makes cellutite worse and rubbing it on your body makes it go away anything is possible! ... (7 replies)
... have no problems. We do have those with the hair loss but very few and far between. ... (9 replies)
... it has produced bad side effects including depression, mood swings, fatigue, acne breakouts, and change in hair texture. At first, I hoped these problems would go away after a few months, but after half a year on the pill, they are still here. ... (0 replies)
... Cyclen after having been off birth control for the last 8 months. Everyone around me has brought to my attention that I just haven't been myself lately. ... (39 replies)
... ome idea of the cause. Last year I notice I was depressed and I thought it was seasonal. I mentioned it to my doctor who kind of blew me off and did not mention birth control to be a factor. ... (6 replies)
... I've been to a myriad of doctors over the past month or so. Initially I blamed my earlier symptoms on stress or birth control, but now I see there must be something bigger going on. ... (0 replies)
... The Pill is one of the most effective reversible methods of birth control. Of 100 women who use the Pill, only five will become pregnant during the first year of typical use. ... (7 replies)
... migraine headaches and my neurologist said that hormonal birth control has been shown to increase the risk of stroke in women with migraines. ... (2 replies)
... I was on Birth control pills for about 6 months cuz my thyroid Dr told me I shouldn't get prego while I'm doing treatments. ... (3 replies)
... glad you are back on here wondering if it was the right choice. I stayed on it for 2 years as you know and my symptoms started out slow. I noticed the biggest changes occuring at about the 6 month mark. I too lost LOTS of hair was once very thick and in excellent condition. ... (8 replies)
... What you're describing is quite normal. BCPs can wreak havoc on your body, either when you're taking them or when you stop. Missing a period (or several) is normal. So is weight loss and breaking out and yes, your breasts getting smaller. The BCP make your body believe it's pregnant (that's why you stop producing eggs and the hormones make your hair and nails stronger and... (12 replies)
Ovcon-35 users
Nov 30, 2005
... But, since the company has changed the pills, ultimately I'll be stuck with the new ones again eventually anyway. It's so aggravating. I'm 35 and I've been on birth control pills roughly since I was about 18. ... (26 replies)

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