If you do feel any numbness in any limb (just as the pamphlet provided with the pill advises) then stop taking the pill and call the doctor! Read the information and be aware of any changes! It's your health, take control of it.
Other things seem to be going wrong as well... girl stuff. So I have scored an elusive appointment with my family doctor for tomorrow (it was either 9.00am, which became available while talking to the receptionist as someone else called up with a cancelation or wait five weeks) and we will see what Dr T has to say. I'm hoping that we can fix this problem, get my period back to what it was before-before when I could predict it to within an hour of its arrival and then I won't have to see the doctor for another two years.
Update on the pot of gold aka the pee test I had to take at 7.38am. Called up for my results, the receptionist is Mrs W, she checks to make sure the results are in asking me what sort of test it was. I awkwardly say it was an STI test. She transfers me to Sister, Mrs T, who gives me my results and notes down the fact I have stopped taking the pill. She then asks "What are you using for contraception?" I answer with "I'm not having sex at this moment." She counters with "Yes but you should make an appointment with the doctor to get another form of contraception." She would know, Mrs T has four daughters. Both women have known me since I was small and now both know something about my sexual activities/health. So embarrassing!
P.S. I am clear! No STI's from Rodger the asshole. Now to get this contraception stuff under control, that way, when I do feel comfortable and want to go a little further with Graham... yeah. Be prepared for the worst and hope for the best.