1. The results of ambulatory blood pressure control in nineteen patients who were hypertensive on oral contraceptives are presented.

2. Withdrawal of the oral contraception in this group of patients reduced the average blood pressure significantly. Seven of the patients became normotensive after stopping the medication.

3. Hypertension was found among the relatives of the patients in twelve cases.

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