Our expert says:
Dear Help me
You can use a lighter pill as well - you can see your GP for this. One should get a script for a contraceptive because the doctor needs to check your blood pressure and ask you about your family health history - some contraceptives can't be used if you have a history of deep vein thrombosis, heart problems or cancers.
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