Things To Remember While On Contraception
Certain methods of contraception may affect your periods and this will be explained by your doctor. Consult your doctor should you have any unexpected changes.
Certain medications (including some herbal supplements) may reduce the effectiveness of your contraception. Please inform your doctor if you are taking any medications or supplements.
Many women are worried about excessive weight gain, headaches or mood changes while on contraception. These side effects are not common and often occur because of many different reasons other than your contraception. Consult your doctor to see if there are other underlying problems or if you require a change in your contraception method.
Consult your doctor before stopping or changing your contraception. Wrongly timed contraception cessation or change may result in an unintended pregnancy
The health risks and side effects of an unintended pregnancy are far greater than any method of contraception. Always use contraception if you do not intend to get pregnant