Well, every woman undergoes one or few changes when she intakes any pill or other birth control drug. You must be well acquainted with all those changes that can happen when you go on the pill like lighter periods, cramps and many other. But what happens when you go off the pill?
Whatever be the reason of ditching a pill, it always results in few variations in the body. Here is a list of those possible changes that may curious you after going pill-free.
Note: The changes may vary from woman to woman!
The primary objective of a woman that goes off the pill is to get pregnant. It may also happen that you ditch birth control, or you don't need the pills that moment.
Once you stop consuming a pill, there can be a chance that the unpredictable periods and devitalizing cramps may come back to you again. This is probably because the pill's higher levels avoid women from ovulating as a result, they suffer discomfort during their time-of-the-month.
According to science, every third women shed their weight after they stop taking birth control pills. The women lose few pounds of their weight in the form of water weight.
If you b00bs out to grow a little bit on birth control then it is sure shot that they are gonna deflate a tiny bit when you go off pill. But again, this isn't the case with every woman.
As the pill compresses the ability of body to ovulate hence and look discharge is produced the most at the time of ovulation to facilitate easy pregnancy. Henceforth, you may notice more dampness once you go off of it.
Many women complain that pills kill their $ex drive but in that hormones are to be blamed. Moreover once you stop taking pill, your issue of vaginal dryness also goes away.
If your PMS used to be worse earlier then it is probably going to be the same. Any changes like headaches, food cravings you felt prior on birth control are sure to hit you back after you go off the pill.
Those women who experience a twinge of discomfort for few hours or clear and increased vaginal secretions or may even feel more aroused, exhibit the cues that she is trying to get pregnant.
One of the drawbacks of going off birth control is that the controlled acne return once again. As when you are on pill, the testosterone levels prevent the breaking out of skin and so later the skin starts experiencing breakouts.
The most obvious outcome of not going off the birth control is that you may get pregnant easily unless and until you use a backup method for avoiding it.