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Every medicine has side effects. Slight weight gain is one of the side effect of contraceptive pills but it's not that significant as it is used to be. Weight gain is due to water retention effect of hormone (estrogen) in contraceptive pill. This effect is seen usually in large dose of estrogen which is much lower now a days. So weight gain effect is minimum to nil. If anyone experiences weight gain, can take another form of contraceptive pill that is devoid of estrogen.
I started taking the birth control pill several days before I married in 1970. Then the hormone content was much higher and my weight went from 118 to 133 in a matter of a few weeks.
They can, but not for everyone, it depends on the woman.
Some do and the weight is really hard to get off with some of them. My step-daughter gained about 50 lbs. It was really hard for her to get it off too. She has always been active, played many sports during school and still is very active so exercise did not help.
not at all. body weight is purely based on fatty food and genetic follow.
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