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How does birth control affect you and your period?

Verified by Dr. Heather Irobunda (she/her), MD, OB/GYN
Our Answer
What our doctors say

Birth control can have a multitude of effects on your menstrual cycle. Potentially even stopping it altogether, it can ease period pain, lighten your flow, prevent acne, and more. Each of these effects do vary from person to person, however, so it is important to take all information with a grain of salt. Always check in with your doctor before trying a new form of birth control!

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