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Getting more and more regular headaches- GP or optician? watch

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    maybe the pill is just not right for you you could try another type of birth control/contraception
    Thanks but its not the pill. optician said im longsighted and so my eyes strain/struggle reading up close, so i'm getting glasses. if they don't help my headaches then i should see my dr. I'm not on the pill for contraception, i'm on it for my period cramps. the contraception aspect is just a bonus.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Thanks but its not the pill. optician said im longsighted and so my eyes strain/struggle reading up close, so i'm getting glasses. if they don't help my headaches then i should see my dr. I'm not on the pill for contraception, i'm on it for my period cramps. the contraception aspect is just a bonus.
    I was just going to write about longsightedness and focusing problems that are harder to notice if you are not a professional. However, in your case (at least from what you write) I still think it is the pill. The reason why you are taking the pill is not really relevant, they work the same. One of the side effects of most contraceptive pills is headache and migraines. Search for another way treating your period cramps, nutrition, natural remedies.... sometimes getting rid of dairy products can reduce the pain.

    Hope the glasses will help you. Don't wear them all the time, just when you need them.
 
 
 
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