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Need to change birth control due to headaches and blurry sights. Could there be weight gain and acne if I use micronor?

Hi my doctor is having me change birth control because of headaches with blurry sights at times. They are changing me to micronor. I have been researching online about it and everyone says they gained weight and have lots of acne now, does it happen that people lose weight or there is no change and that it helps with acne or there is no change.
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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Hi, Thanks for using HCM.

Micrinor is a hormonal pill, weight gain to some extent is a common side effect of these pill, which is due to hormonal effect. Sever weight gain and acne are seen in few women taking these pill, not in all. as your doctor has prescribed you can start these pill, if you get any problem with these pill, you can stop them and go for other methods of contraception.
Intrauterine implants or sub dermal implants are available. as implants act locally on uterus and have less effect on other systems in body.

hope this helps you.

Answered: Sun, 1 Dec 2013
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