I am 15 years old and was taking birth control for a year. Never had a problem with big boobs, was always really skinny. Being on it for a year, I went up to a DDD, and changed my diet which shrunk my boobs down to about a B. But my boobs seem larger than that, and are swollen. I stopped taking it three days ago, my acne's been clearing up, but how long until the swollen boobs go away and I have small ones again? I want small boobs!
Changes of breast sizes are variable and might not change at the rate you would like.
Some women have no change in breast size with the pill, and a few have enlarged breasts.
There is no formula for when the breasts will become the size they were previously, it might be that your breasts will remain the same size they are presently.
Madhup Joshi, MD
More than likely it was not the TriSprintec that made your breasts larger. They probably would have gotten larger whether or not you were on the Pill. The Pill wont give a girl DDD breasts from B's unless she gains a lot of weight. The shrinkage had to do with your diet change and loss of weight, not from stopping the Pill. At 15 y/o, you are still developing and likely would have developed whether or not you were on the Pill. Breast tissue is fat and breasts will get larger when you gain weight (along with the rest of you) but actual breast size is a genetic predisposition. If your mother or your fathers mother or sisters have large breasts then it is likely you will too, same with small breasts. The pill doesnt change breast size that much.
Now as you are telling that your acne is cleared so stop using it... And your breast is swollen so don't worry about that once few days will cross over than your breast will regain ur original shape as it was earlier... But again if u start using ur acne treatment than u may again have the same problem so I think u should permanently stop using these pills...
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