Why Birth Control Patches May Be More Dangerous Than Pills

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Why Birth Control Patches May Be More Dangerous Than Pills

Sometimes, it takes millions to convince the world of something. Other times, it could all be pushed over the edge by just a single instance. The latter is the case when discussing the decision of the Food and Drug Administration to finally legally require pharmaceutical companies to issue warning labels on their birth control patches. While there have been patients and doctors who have tried to get this to happen over the years, all it took was one case of a very real risk of death to finally get the FDA to do what many feel it should have done from the very start.

The issue stems from the risk of some of the synthetic compounds that hormone-based birth control methods release into the body can cause blood clots. These blood clots, specifically known as venous thromboembolisms (VTEs), can be dangerous to people due to the damage they can do if they manage to travel to the lungs. These clots, an exceedingly rare side effect of birth control hormones, have been known to cause highly fatal pulmonary embolisms. As previously mentioned, VTEs are among the rarest if not the rarest of the possible side effects...

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