Hormonal contraceptives linked to higher risk of suicide attempts

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A study has found risk doubled until one year after initiation of contraceptives, with highest risk attached to the patch, vaginal ring and progestin-only products A large cohort study of nearly half a million Danish women, conducted from 1996 to 2013, has found women using hormonal contraception between ages 15 and 33 had nearly two

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