Newer Birth Control Methods Linked To Blood Clot Risks
A new study released late September by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) shows that the FDA is concerned about...
A new study released late September by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) shows that the FDA is concerned about the potential for increased blood clot risks in women who take drospirenone-containing birth control pills. For example, the research shows that woman taking Yaz, a birth control method that contains drospirenone have a 75% greater risk of experiencing a blood clot than women taking older birth control drugs. The FDA isn't yet ready to draw an absolute conclusion regarding drospirenone-containing birth control pills, or ban them, but they are worried enough to let women know about the possible dangers. your health-care provider immediately if you're experiencing any of these symptoms. Learn more about birth control:
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