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    Oh my goodness, go and see someone about that tomorrow. Don't wait - new lump, new hormonal medication... Could well be related. It's tricky if you need it for endo though... Until you said that I was going to say it could be a period of getting used to it, and try taking it before bed instead of in the morning. In light of the lump, just go see someone sooner rather than later. All the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by veggiemama View Post
    Oh my goodness, go and see someone about that tomorrow. Don't wait - new lump, new hormonal medication... Could well be related. It's tricky if you need it for endo though... Until you said that I was going to say it could be a period of getting used to it, and try taking it before bed instead of in the morning. In light of the lump, just go see someone sooner rather than later. All the best
    Thanks. I completely agree. I hadn't really connected the dots with stuff this week until today. I had just thought it was making me nauseated. My breast was sore. .I even made my husband cop a feel!!!
    I'm going to see my gp this week. .. It takes a few days to get in to see her. Sigh... can't win!! I was told having a baby would make endo improve. LIES!!

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    MY endo improved for a few years with my son who is now 14 but it had no effect with my daughter, the severe pain returned straight away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenga View Post
    MY endo improved for a few years with my son who is now 14 but it had no effect with my daughter, the severe pain returned straight away.
    See that's where it's weird. I used to get severe pain. Plus a tiny bit nauseated and dodgy tummy for 2 days. . now I get no pain. .. but I feel sick pretty much from ovulation right through til my period then all the way through that. I get severe headaches after. Maybe 1 week a month where I feel okay! It's much worse.

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    I used Levlen for 2yrs when i first started on the pill, my skin broke out constantly but i hadn't associated it with the pill till i moved areas and saw a new dr regarding my break outs.

    Changed to estelle and have been on and off it between babies etc for 10yrs

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    The biggest side effect is snoring next to me in her bouncer . I hope you find something that works for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrabbyCrabby View Post
    The biggest side effect is snoring next to me in her bouncer . I hope you find something that works for you
    I wish I'd had that side effect.

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