For Women Who Uses Birth Control Pills.. You Must Read This Before Something Wrong Happens!

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Birth control pill is recognized as one of the reliable ways to stop unintended pregnancy. They are an extremely effective contraceptive if taken correctly (at the same time daily).

There are two kinds of contraceptive pills, both of which consist of synthetic forms of hormones produced naturally in the body.
The pills either include progestin alone or estrogen and progestin together. These hormones regulate a woman’s menstrual cycle, and their fluctuating levels play a crucial role in fertility.

Apart from preventing pregnancy, there are many pros of using birth control pills, including reduced menstrual cramping, regularity of menstrual cycle, acne-free skin, and lower risk of ovarian cysts as well as ovarian and endometrial cancer.

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However, birth control pills can have many side effects, which doctors may not tell you. Before starting on a pill, it is important to understand both the pros as well as the cons.

Here are the top 10 side effects of birth control pills your doctor may not tell you.

1. Headaches and Migraines

Hormonal fluctuations due to birth control pills can contribute to headaches or migraines.

Certain birth control pills can lead to a decrease in the estrogen level in the body. A low estrogen level may lead to headaches or aggravate migraines if you already suffer from them.

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If you suffer from headaches, switching to different pills that contain low doses of hormones can help. Consult your doctor to help determine the right pill for you.

 

2. Nausea

Nausea is a result of the additional estrogen, which can irritate the stomach. Pills that contain a high dose of estrogen are more likely to cause nausea than those that have a lower dose.

Taking the pill with food or taking it before bedtime may help. Even taking an antacid about 30 minutes before taking the pill may help keep your stomach calm. Another important thing is to take it regularly at about the same time every day.

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