My boyfriend gave me birthcontrol because he didnt want me to get pregnant.. and ever since then i have been getting sick. I have stomach ackes my mouth gets dry i throw up and i get dizzy and fall allot.
Your BOYFRIEND gave you birth control? You ARE under a doctor's supervision right? If not, get to a doctor right away. Birth control can absolutely make you sick, and your doctor should be controlling your medication to make sure that doesn't happen. What is your boyfriend doing in all of this anyway? \c:,`
Pregnancy test (pg test). I can be very dangerous to take a prescription medication without it being followed by a doctor. Please see one as soon as possible. Don't take anymore of the pills and if you're going to be sexually active, use a spermacide and condom.
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