Our expert says:
All oral contraceptives pose a risk for severe headaches, blood clots, cardio-vascular disease and stroke. Oral contraceptives can be used to treat the formation of ovarian cysts. Some people do struggle to fall pregnant after taking oral contraceptives but some people fall pregnant within the first month. I therefore, sincerely doubt that it will influence your chances of falling pregnant in the future. There are other forms of contraception that you can discuss with your gynaecologist.
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