... hysterically and i have been having a constant headache. Will this go away after taking amethyst a little longer or should i try and switch back.
10 Sep 2011
Change back and get hold of your health provider. Any reactions like headaches and depression are warning signs of too much estrogen. The estrogen in this product or some product in this birth control is reacting badly with your own natural hormones. Other side effects are some blurry vision, leg cramps-Blood Clots, which causes strokes. Look at the package and the side effects, but head aches are a biggie, usually the first warning. You can do a drug search here and enter your med or birth control and get a list of all the side effects. Some are warning signs like the vision-headaches-leg cramps-depression-but others are deadly-like strokes-kidney problems, etc.
get hold of your doctor-try urgent care. Is there a reason that you changed from something that didn't make you sick to this? Unfortunately some doctors get kick backs from pushing drugs on the patients. It's sad but true. You really need to talk about why you changed birth control. Good luck-some brands are just too strong for some people
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