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Tag Archives: NuvaRing Safety
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
Combined hormonal contraception raises VTE risk fivefold : OBGYN News.
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
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discussed the different varieties of birth control and how there is a difference in safety. Click on the image.
Terence Endorses Vanessa’s Law in the House of Commons On March 28, 2014 More about Terence Young, Member of the Canadian Parliament for Oakville, Ontario, Canada Excerpts from his speech: What They Never Talk About The drug industry representatives who infest … 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