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whats causing my breasts to look different?

By Anonymous December 8, 2010 - 9:36pm
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I've been on loestrin for a little under a year now...about 3 months ago my pharmacy was out of tthe pill so I missed the first 4 days of the pack. I've been getting a period when I'm supposed to but its mainly dark brown discharge and spotting...but this is not uncommon for this pill...but my main thing is that I think my nipples are changing colors but they almost change throughout the day and they've become.slightly puffier....my bf doesn't think this us true and he thinks I'm crazy. But we.ve never had sex and there's never been genitals to genital contact so I'm pretty much certain I'm not pregnant. Does anyone have ideas? I over react and freak out about everythinggg....could this all be in my head?

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Anon - It's not clear from your comments whether or not there is reason to be concerned about a possible health problem, but if you have not had a check up in a while it would be a good idea to have one. Please also review this information on breast changes as there may be other changes you haven't mentioned or looked for. We know our own bodies better than anyone else, so if you believe that your body is changing by all means take the steps to find out what's going on. Let us know what you learn. Pat

December 9, 2010 - 5:21pm
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