If you get any side effects that prove to be a nuisance or last beyond a few months, you might be better switching to a different pill. Ask your clinician for advice on this. You can connect to a prescriber by signing in to your EveAdam and sending them a message.
Go to hospital or see a clinician right away if you get any serious side effects. More information on these can be found on our combined pill safety information page.
An example of a serious side effect is: an allergic reaction (swelling of the face, throat, lips and tongue, difficulties breathing and severe rashes or hives); a blood clot (difficulties breathing, coughing up blood, severe stomach pain, a sudden and sharp chest pain, pain when standing, swelling of the leg, migraines, sudden headaches, dizziness, loss of consciousness, loss of vision and problems speaking); heart problems (chest pain); breast lumps; liver problems (abdominal pain, jaundice, itching all over your body); or persistent or unusually heavy vaginal bleeding.
This isn’t a complete list. You can find more info in the patient information leaflet.