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Since beginning Yaz on January 27th, I have noticed the skin on my face is getting very bumpy. There are not really any "zits," - though I have had a couple and that's VERY odd for me - just a lot of bumps on my chin and cheeks. I can't just cover them up because they aren't red, and they rise above the rest of my skin slightly.

I never have acne, and TriNessa never made me break out. Am I just getting used to this new pill? It's soo annoyyingggg, especially since I don't have to deal with these things normally.

Thank you for your time!

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You may be getting a rash due to the pill, but it is too hard for us to say. I would see your doctor about this, or call the office and see what they suggest.

[ 02-08-2008, 12:56 PM: Message edited by: LilBlueSmurf ]

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