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19 Apr 2004

High blood pressure and cotraceptives
I am being treated for high bloodpressure. I know that cotraceptives increases bloodpressure but is it possible and safe for me to take contraceptives (Haven't taken it for 12 months now)
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01 Jan 0001

MM, the effect that the pill has on blood pressure in otherwise normal people is not significant enough to warrant alternative methods of contraception. If there are other reasons why you can’t take the pill, you can ask your doctor to insert a Mirena®. Good luck.
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