Oral contraceptives are one of the most widely used contraceptives in the world. Multiple variations of the oral contraceptive pill (OCP) now exist with limited research examining the psychological impact they may have. The current study examined the psychological and physiological impact of three OCPs. Psychological and physiological variables in participants (N=84) were measured. Results found no significant effect on the psychological variables. An effect was observed in physiological variables; an increase in systolic blood pressure (SBP) on the fourth week of pill cycle (SBP) in those using Dianette and Ovranette. Similarly the purpose for which participants were using the OCP had an effect on SBP. This increase was also observed in diastolic blood pressure for the group who answered â€˜otherâ€™. These findings in relation to week of pill cycle and SBP are particularly interesting and pave the way for further research.