Service > Pill check
You know what you want and what you don't want - and this includes your contraception. This should meet your personal needs and should not bring your well-being out of balance.

1) Are you currently satisfied with your general well-being?
Yes No

2) Are you currently suffering from cycle related mood swings, irritability or tiredness?
Yes No

3) Are you currently suffering from cycle-related complaints such as breast tension or headache?
Yes No

4) Is your period irregular and/or painful?
Yes No

5) Have you particularly little desire for sex at the moment?
Yes No

6) Are you currently dissatisfied with your skin and hair?
Yes No

7) Are you concerned that your method of contraception could have an adverse effect on your fertility?
Yes No

8) Would you like to control your menstrual bleeding to meet your needs (e.g. going on vacation or to decrease cycle-related complaints)?
Yes No

9) Would you like some more information about your method of contraception or your pill?
Yes No

If you have answered one or more questions with "yes" you should ask your gynaecologist about a balanced form of contraception. Are you interested in receiving additional health services which could help improve your well-being, even if your health insurer doesn't pay for them? Ask your gynaecologist about them.