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birth control blood clots

Because everyone is at risk.
Like many women, I've been cycling through birth control methods like prophylactics, "the pill," "the shot," baby roulette -- which is exactly what it sounds like, and now NuvaRing for more than half my life. Women who delay having children could be on one form of birth control or another for up to 20 years or more. For those who opt out of motherhood altogether, birth control may only end when menopause begins. Really? These are our options?
The Pill may have celebrated its 50th birthday last year, but it's not entering middle age without controversy. After all
Certain oral contraceptives are more likely to cause serious blood clots than others, a new study confirms. The study, published