With you history and family history of pulmonary embolism, the oral contraceptive pills have to be avoided. The best method for you would be IUD (intrauterine contraceptive devices). In hormonal methods, only Progestin injection also can be employed as contraception. Read this resource for the details of the contraceptive methods and their side effects and complications;
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Thanks for your quick Reply Doctor. However would the contraceptive Mirena which is an estrogen free intrauterine contraceptive be an optio? :) Thanks again!
Mirena releases very low dose estrogen. And blood clots would be extremely rare (almost non existent) as hormone is almost not absorbed (or very negligible amount) in the blood. Doctors would not be having a consensus on this. But personally I would prescribe an IUD without an hormone with your medical history. This is to exert an extreme caution.
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