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lovetoride
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So, I just started taking the birth control Seasonique about a week ago. I noticed that my breasts are still full (they normally go down after my period). Is this normal? I know breast tenderness is a common side affect of birth control. I have taken a Prego test because i have an anxiety issue and it was negative and i had a full fledge period. so...am i just tewakin?
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For some women, hormonal birth control will increase breast size, or make breasts feel fuller. So, you're not tweaking. [Smile]

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lovetoride
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thanks [Smile]
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