Does any one know the side effects and symptoms for coming off the pill?
Also symptoms of ovulation
It's my first month off the pill and I should be ovulating today (althought not expecting much for the first month) and I've been feeling a bit sick and crampy, so just wanting to know if this is normal for either and what else I should expect
Hi - I came off the pill last month and these were my symptoms (I know how they were definitely post-pill and not possible pregnancy!).
Around ovulation time - rather strong pinching around my left ovary. Just 3 days post-ovulation I started getting spontaneous retching/gagging which I've never had before. One minute fine, the next minute my eyes would water and I'd literally retch. This lasted until 10 dpo. Around 11dpo, boobs started to hurt (not nipples but all over) - another first for me. Thought I was pregnant. Sadly all BFNs. Finally got my period 29 days after the last one. At least I am having regular cycles post birth control pill, which is a relief! Hope this helps...
i had a few symptoms the month i came off the pill, mainly cramping alot, oh and sore boobs too(thought i was pregnant when that happened!!), this is all normal too. Im back to normal now in my 2nd pill free month.
When i ovulate i get very mild cramps and sometimes a twinge on the left or right handside!
Hi this is also my 1st month off the pill. My main symptoms have been feeling quick sick on and off and head aches. My boobs were really firm at first but now seem to be going back to their squigy selves:-) x
Yep...I have been convinced twice since coming off the pill 49 days ago that I was pregnant. Didn't know anything about pill withdrawl because last time I went off the pill I had nothing and no problem going back to normal. I've had sore breasts, frequent urination, breakouts, headaches, constant cramping, and no period. Really confusing and really sucks.
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