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Category Archives: DVT
Click on this link to view the video and read what Karen Langhart says about her daughter’s death: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/jun/22/nuvaring-merck-daughter-death-women-risks
If you are going to take a combination hormonal birth control (CHC), you’ve already decided you don’t want to get pregnant, and since CHCs are all equally effective at preventing ovulation, don’t you want to know which are safer? The … Continue reading
Science at its Worst: If between 10 and 20 Boeing 747s crashed in one year, would anyone notice? It is disheartening and shocking to me that the medical community is so cavalier about the effect of hormonal birth control on … Continue reading
Emotional impact of blood clots.
The Dutch pharmaceutical company Organon left crucial data that pointed at increased health risks out of their research findings of birth control product Nuvaring. Also, the company did everything [possible] to minimize the risks of thrombosis in the ‘enclosed’ pamphlet … Continue reading
June 10, 2014: NPR had an interesting article about what doctors don’t know about what women want to know about birth control. You can read the entire article here, or go directly to the NPR site to also hear this … Continue reading
‘Continuous low dose’? Excerpt from Best Pills, Worst Pills April 2014 Newsletter: NUVARING continues to be marketed as delivering a “continuous low dose,” suggesting greater safety relative to other hormonal contraceptives, but there is little evidence actually supporting this implication. … Continue reading
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