Contraceptive pill 'makes women more anxious by shrinking the brain'
Contraceptive pill 'makes women more anxious by shrinking the brain' Mood swings, headaches and nausea, while more serious complications include blood clots and breast cancer. But scientists in California have added another potential cause for concern to the check list. Their new study has found the oral contraceptive shrinks two key regions of the brain, changing the way they function. The findings suggest the synthetic hormones found in the Pill cause these alterations in brain…
#IUD As A #BirthControlMethod – How Effective Is It? Based on the latest survey, the decreasing IUD use is primarily attributed to the misconceptions associated with the #complications of intrauterine devices.
A new study shows that IUD complication rates are no higher for teens than they are for adults. Skeptical about your teenage daughter’s choice to use an intrauterine device (IUD) as a form of birth control? New findings published in the May issue of Obstetrics & Gynecology might help put your mind at ease. http://www.healthline.com/health-news/children-iuds-deemed-safe-for-teens-040813