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  1. Yuri says:

    Fact – They vary woman to woman, 28 days is an average only. Some women do have more pain or other symptoms then others. Myth – You should not have sex while Myth – Women taking birth control pills "need" to have a period. Myth – Women are always moody, bitchy, and irrational during menstruation. Fact – Not

  2. Vernita says:

    Ive totally been there! It was a different pill but theyre all basically the same two medications. Everything youre experiencing is a side effect of the pill, due to an increase in hormones. Lowering your dose may help but I found that it didnt matter what pill or shot I took, I will still moody, crampy, argumentative and I sure as hell wasnt gonna get pregnant because I didnt wanna do it…. EVER. And when we did, it was so uncomfortable that I was done before it began. The best thing for me ended up being an IUD, which are very simple to get and require NO maintenance and NO hormones. Its a small device implanted into your uterus (up through your cervix, no surgery or anything) that your dont feel, though they sometimes have a string attached that you may be able to feel with your fingers at the back of your vagina but hell never notice. It fools your body into thinking theres already something in your uterus so you stop ovulating, much like the pill fools your body into thinking youre pregnant by releasing specific doses of hormones. The great thing about an IUD though, is that it doesnt involve added hormones or mess with your body chemistry and you dont have to wait as long after having it removed to get pregnant when you decide you do want to have a baby. Theyre also approved for long term use if you KNOW you dont want children but dont want to have a hysterectomy either.

  3. Helena says:

    A hormonal birth control method that hormonal birth control that doesn wont make me moody?? Has anyone ever used a’t make them a b***h or lose their sex drive? I’ve tried Ale

  4. Dorthey says:

    When to start birth control is up to you, if you are actively having sex you should maybe getting on birth control soon to avoid a possibly pregnancy. Birth controls do come with some risks. You should contact your doctor and discuss any co… More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Reproductive/when_to_start_birth_control

  5. Shelby says:

    Birth control pills can be started a anytime. Most doctors will recommend that you start a new birth control pill after you are through your menstration period, or on a sunday so that it is an easy start day. More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Reproductive/when_to_start_birth_control_pills

  6. Joselyn says:

    As many as 98% of women will use some form of contraception in their lives. This could be in the form of birth control pills, IUDs, or even just condoms. Way to go girls! More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Reproductive/how_many_women_use_birth_control

  7. Jacquelyn says:

    Oct 9, 2011 Libido Changes – in a number of women, getting off birth control If you want to avoid gaining weight after getting off birth control, you’ll need to start a pill side effects; do women become moody after they get off birth control

  8. Malissa says:

    The introduction of the birth control pill Enovid in 1960 allowed women to percent reported negative mood swings after starting the birth control pill. or libido they are often recommended for women who have a sensitivity to other methods. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/about_5455883_can-birth-control-make-moody.html

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