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im currently taking yaz birth control. lately iv been getting real sick and hungry like crazy could it be my pill or something else. im trying to get pregnant but trying to regulate my periods too.
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I am also on Yas I haven't experianced the sickness(thank God) but I have craved things suddenly like applesauce, cucumbers and dill dip. I wasn't sure why.  I also have very tender breast like they are growing. I am a 36DD I don't need any growth.  LOL
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I believe these are just side effects of the pill. I never experienced them myself but my sister experienced both increased hunger and tenderness of her breast on both the pill and the shot.
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Hi,

Yaz = Yasmin birth control pill or it's some other birth control pill?
I am taking Yasmin fo five years for treating endometriosis and I haven't had any serious side-effects. When I have my periods I feel like you feel usually when you have period, nothing different. Except that the periods are lighter, that's the change from before, and also I don't have so much pains. The only bad thing is that I have bad headaches while I have my period. And, sometimes I feel fatigue and bloating, but that's not so often. I haven't felt increased hunger or tender breast or sickness more than usually when you have your period or generally.
That's my experience with Yasmin. Every organism is different, so there must be different side-effects, but we all feel some differences and consequences and some of them are similar. There must be some side-effects when you take these kind of pills, but, on the other hand, they are helping with some other problems, so it's a magical circle...

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