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Non-Oral Contraceptives Carry Risks for Women
More evidence today that non-oral contraceptives can increase the risk of blood clots for women.
Researchers followed Danish patients for 10 years and found those who used a contraceptive skin patch were eight times more likely to develop deep vein Thrombosis.
For women who use contraception rings, they were 6 and a half times more likely to develop clots.
Non-oral contraceptives continuously release hormones into the body to prevent pregnancy.