I am 22 years old and just last Sunday i started a new Birth Control, called Mircette i believe. I was on a birth control about a year ago but had to stop because i got really bad headaches daily from it. A year later, i decided to try it again and my obgyn said this was a low dose pill. It's week later and I noticed a lump in my right breast that is painful.
My question is, can starting a new birth control cause breast lumps to appear?
Dear Kristen87: It is not uncommon for breasts to feel lumpy during certain times in the menstrual cycle. These can also feel painful. As birth control is basically hormones, you may notice differences while taking them. Breasts can feel more lumpy or painful, can swell, and some people feel bloated. These are not unexpected and may resolve somewhat over time. However, if you are concerned, you should have your doctor evaluate the lump you feel.
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