Analysis shows little contraceptive-stroke connection

04/21/2004 | Reuters

Canadian researchers looked at data from 36 studies and concluded that contrary to several reports, there was no increase in the odds of stroke among women taking newer low-dose oral contraceptives. The analysis did show a higher stroke risk in using the more traditional Pill, but only in certain cases.

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