Our expert says:
Yes, the hormone contraceptive pill is not indicated for patients with hypertension. You should consult your doctor to discuss another form of contraception. An intra-uterine device will be more effective to eliminate the negative effect of oral contraceptives. If the oral contraceptive is the best way to control PCOS, I suggest that your doctor manage your hypertension.
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