Contraceptive Pill Review
This form is for us to carry out a medication review without the need to come into the surgery, as long as you are well on the contraception you currently have and you provide as much information as required.
This form is only applicable to patients ages 18 and over, any patients under the age of 18 will still need to attend face to face appointments. If you are having any problems with your medication or would like to consider alternative contraception options, please speak to your named GP, who will be able to advise you.
Please read the following information before completing this form.
- The contraceptive pill may not work if you have diarrhoea or vomiting.
- Commonly used antibiotics don’t effect the efficacy of the contraceptive pill.
- Medicines such as some of those used to treat epilepsy, HIV and TB may make the pill less effective.
For contraceptive advice and information on long acting reversible contraception please visit www.fpa.org.uk.
Please remember to attend your cervical smear testing, every 3 years for women aged 25-50 and every 5 years for women ages 50-65.