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Tag Archives: Stroke
The Continuous Low Dose that Isn’t a Continuous Low Dose
‘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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RxISK.org data on NuvaRing
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
The Courage to Look at the Evidence
We congratulate you. It takes a lot of courage to look at the facts yourself and not let advertising; a friend or even your doctor or clinic to tell you what is a safer birth control to use. We love … Continue reading