I was wondering if anyone might have any advice... I'm looking for contraception but am pretty disheartened by the options I've been given. My Dr says as I'm 35 I should no longer be on the pill (I'm not overweight and I've never smoked). I've always got on with the pill, so am disappointed that I can't go back to it. I don't really like any other of the options due to the side effects that they appear to have. I don't want anything that requires a medical procedure as I had a fairly traumatic birth experience and was torn to shreds, which rules out the implant and coil. The side effects of the mini pill and injection leave a lot to be desired as far as I can see.
Because of the horrid birth experience (and rough pregnancy) I don't really want to have another baby.
Any words of advice appreciated!
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Post-natal contraception - rubbish options
EgonSpengler · 26/01/2011 10:42
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