Just wanted to say hello. I stopped my pill on 8/3 and had a week long period on 8/6. So far I have had all the symptoms of being pregnant. I went to a doc today to get established with a new GP and he offered to do a serum test. I declined. The wait it killing me but I will know soon enough. I asked if coming off the pill causes breast soreness, tiredness etc..He said no it shouldn't. He did rec that we wait at least a month before getting pregnant.
Anyone have really bad menstrual symptoms coming off the pill?
Location: livin' in South Texas & lovin it! but Boston - you're my home<3
idk what that dr is talking about but its normal to get preg symptoms coming off the pill (or PMS symptoms, since they're so similar ) my boobs/nipples hurt, I was nauseous, etc etc, but its also not uncommon to get preg your first month off! so could go either way, just incase we're not losing it enough already my AF symptoms were less than ON the pill, I used to have SUPER bad cramps and a SUPER heavy period, now I have barely any cramping and my period only lasts about 2 days & is much lighter
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