Without the ability to tell the future, there is unfortunately no way for us to know for certain how exactly your body will respond. There will be a period where your body adjusts to being back on the Yasmin pills -- like when you first starting taking them, but what exactly that will look like will be specific to your body during that time. Given that you have tolerated the medication well without side effects, it is likely you will continue to do so. But if that is not the case, you will have options -- to ride it out and see if/how quickly uncomfortable side effects pass, to go on a lower dose, to try a different form of medication...
I hear you wanting clarity. I also hear you wanting to be prepared. Both of these things make a lot of sense! Always, but especially during this pandemic-period where there is so much uncertainty. From reading through the rest of your thread it sounds like right now it is just about waiting and taking as good care of yourself during lockdown as you possibly can. And when the time comes to go back on Yasmin, you will have much more information then you have now -- you will know how your body is responding -- and you will be able to make an informed decision from there.
As the saying goes, you will "cross that bridge when you come to it." Until then, I am wondering if you would be interested in coming up with a mantra to carry you through? There seems to be worry and anxiety coming up for you around this subject, and maybe (understandably!) more generally during this time. Sometimes mantras can be compassionate, helpful reminders to ourselves
Some potential examples -- but I would love to hear any of your ideas!
"I am responsible and thoughtful and take good care of myself. This is true for me now, in this present moment, and will continue to be true for me in the future."
"I can't know exactly what the future will bring. And that is OK. When the future comes, I will have more information, and so I will be able to think everything through, ask for help if wanted, and make an informed decision."
"There is a lot that is unknown about the future right now. But I can count on my mind, my body, and my heart. I can trust in myself and my resilience to tackle each day as it comes."
What do you think? Do any of these resonate for you? How would you want to alter it? Or what new ones can you think of?