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There is an slight increased risk of blood clots
with oral contraception
, approximately 3 out of 100 000 women a year may have a clot.
This risk is less at your age, they are less common in young women and in those who are otherwise healthy.
There are some factors that can increase your risk such as: pregnancy
, a family history of clots, overweight
or obese, smoking, prolonged immobilisation.
In the absence of any of these risk factors it is unlikely that you will have a clot.
The symptoms that you are describing are not associated with a blood clot. A clot in the legs would cause persistent pain, swelling,redness and increased warmth in the limb involved.This is the most common type of clot associated with oral contraception
Blood clots in the brain (stroke) can cause altered vision, this would also be very unusual at your age unless you have other contributing factors such as a history of clotting, high blood pressure
or a family history.
If you remain concerned you may want to consider visiting your doctor for assessment.
I hope this helps