13 years ago
Celine

How longs does it take to lose weight after stopping birth control pill?

I started taking Yasmin in February 2008 and stopped in July 2008. Since then, I went from 150 pounds to 170 pounds. I didn't change much in my lifestyle, so I can only think it's the pill that did that? Also, did anybody else have this experience (on Yasmin or any other birth control pill). In July 2008 I switched from Yasmin to an IUD (Mirena) ... not sure if this could also affect weight gain???
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13 years ago
Anonymous
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13 years ago
Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ Mom2two Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ
I went on my 1st IUD (mirena) back in 2002. In 2007 I did a swap after a wonderful 5 years on mirena with no side effects no weight gain nothing so I swapped a new Mirena. After 10 months on the 2nd IUD I went from 135 to 172. I had bad acne, back pain and severe nausea. I had the IUD removed back in july 2008 and thus far have lost 20 pounds acne has cleared up by my 3rd pack of birth control pills the back pain and nausea stop almost instantly after removal.
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5 years ago
capel
The 'weight benefit' that individuals get from taking the pill isn't weight as such yet often water retention.. so i could be keen to wager that's the case with you and now which you have stopped taking it the fluid which you have been 'protecting' is going away.. this being your weightloss. this is pronounced which you're taking a destroy each 2 years.. so I actual have heard. and that i'm unable to think of any part consequences as such as you're actually not doing something! once you have been taking the pill you have been putting some thing into your physique so part consequences may be there, yet now which you're actually not doing something you're actually not likely to have any part consequences as suh, merely typical interest that could desire to commonly take place in human beings. so which you would be able to desire to assume issues like a heavier or painful era (not all of us!), ordinary era, and of course in case you have intercourse - babies!
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