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Stopped birth control due to headache and anxiety attacks. Have vitamin D deficiency. Cause?

I stopped taking a new birth control about a month ago because it was making me feel sick and about a month after to the day that I began taking it I had a horrible migraine headache and anxiety attack. I went to the dr and had blood work and the only thing that showed up was I had a vitamin d deficiency and my cholesterol is a bit elevated. I only bleed for one day while on this new pill and have missed a period all together. I have had 2 other attacks since I stopped taking the pill but no one has given me an explanation as to what it could be. I don't know if it's linked to the change in hormones or the vitamin D issue
Asked On : Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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Welcome to HCM.
Don't worry,you can take very low dose oral contraceptive pill for birth control.Ask your doctor about this pill.There are certain medicines to control for migraine and anxiety.
You have to be careful for vitamin d level.Take D3 60k tablet every week with warm milk.Take morning sun bath regularly.
Start exercise,yoga.Avoid stress,anxiety.Also avoid oily,junk food(high calorie diet)
Keep in touch with your doctor.
Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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