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What contraceptive pills can I take with diabetes? Can I take them at all? Now I take Mercilon and my observations show that my blood sugar level is higher.
Oral contraceptive pills are not recommended for people with diabetes. Even those with a small dose of hormones raise the sugar level, and moreover, all of them have a pro-thrombotic effect, which is very unfavorable in diabetes. Mechanical methods are the most recommended, please ask your gynecologist about them.
Remember that our expert's answer is informative and will not replace a visit to the doctor.Jolanta Mętrak
In addition to specializing in internal diseases, he also deals with professional weight loss, he works at the DAMIANA Medical Center and the "Czajkowscy" Polyclinic in Piaseczno (14 Kilińskiego Street).
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