Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 30th, 2001
Although the risks are small, they should be considered when deciding which contraceptive pill to use, report the authors.
Researchers at the University Medical Centre Utrecht in The Netherlands pooled the results of studies assessing risk of venous clotting among women using oral contraceptives before October 1995. The team chose October 1995 as the end date because at that time four studies were published highlighting the possible risk of...
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