Sore Nipples, Tenderness, And Every Weird Thing You Need To Know About Boobs
Coming off the Pill is one topic that doesn't tend to get the importance, or airtime, that it deserves. Still considered the most popular birth control method by Australian women, many of us have been taking it since our teens and were warned about the potential side effects before starting it. As for coming off it? Not so much. Besides the obvious fact that we won't have to take it everyday, very little emphasis is placed on what to expect after stopping the contraceptive. So, in order to help us understand exactly what side effects we might experience after coming off the Pill, we consulted Brisbane-based general practitioner, Dr.
Coming Off The Pill: The Good, The Bad & The Fire Nipples
Breast pain or breast tenderness can be related to your menstrual periods. This type of breast pain comes and goes with your cycle due to natural hormones or in response to birth control pills, and is called cyclical breast pain. Noncyclical breast pain, in contrast, is not related to menses or occurs after menopause. Cyclical breast pain happens in response to the hormonal ebb and flow of the menstrual cycle.
Stopping birth control can affect your skin, your periods, and more. So if you've been popping the pill for years, it's understandable that you might be a little nervous about what will happen to your body when you quit. The good news? Ob-Gyns Weigh In. Dweck explains.