So, I'm not sure if this is because I was switched to Ocella from Yasmin a couple of weeks ago or if it means one of my cysts burst or both. I was wondering if anybody had thoughts. Since the 21st of July I have been extraordinarily dizzy (as in I have a hard time watching movies or playing a computer game even), vomiting, cramping (which I've never had before), exhausted but unable to sleep, and crazy moody. For the past two nights I've been in severe pain in the area of my uterus. Last night was the worst though. I ended up curled up on my bed crying and having a hard time breathing it hurt so much. Eventually, I cried myself to sleep/passed out. So far the only thing I've been able to keep down are popsicles. Is it strange for an adjustment period to a medication to take this long? Should I call my doctor? Do I get checked out if I think a cyst burst? I don't know quite what to do?
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