I was on the Yaz pills for I would say over a year but now I have been off of it since the end of Jan b/c my husband and I are TTC. I never got any of the symptoms that these girls were talking about. I mean I was moody around my AF time (but who isn't) and I was still getting the headaches the day before I would get AF. The whole reason why the doc put me on Yaz was b/c of the headaches. Well, anyway my question is when u come off the BC pills can it change your cycle. I have been on BC for 10 years and I had a 28 day cycle but now I notice that I have a 24 day cycle and I get AF exactly when it is due to come. Is this normal for the cycles to change like that or is it just my age? I hope someone has a similar situation and can help me out and maybe I could help u out too. Thanks for listening. :-)
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