Quoting Kelly&Coralie:" It might be the best FOR YOU but if she doesn't want it, she shouldn't be made to get it. And it might not be the best choice for HER"
No,she shouldn't be made to get it, but its something she needs to think about. She needs to way the pros and cons of each birth control available to her, but in my opinion if her doctor recommends it 9/10 it is in her best medical interest, especially if the doctor has been in primary care physician for several years. Doctors usually know their patients very well. I am just saying there are alot of factors to think about. but anyways.......
if you interested in different forms of bc. webmd.com has a lot of articles on different forms of bc. Go to your doctor with this information after you decide what you think is right for you and explain to you PCP why you think this way
Your Doctor wants you to be a happy and healthy patient, he or she will respect you decisions.