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Tag Archives: DVT
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
‘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
Blood clot teaches Ballwin woman to be her own health advocate : Lifestyles. Excerpt from the article: Dr. Vedantham and others who study deep vein thrombosis say a major problem is how often it’s misdiagnosed. Vedantham said that’s not an … Continue reading
RxISK.org has great information about prescription drugs, especially on NuvaRing. RxISK is collecting data for both the US and Canada adverse event reporting systems. Click on the various side effects to see the statistics about each type of event. Deaths … Continue reading