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Birth Control May Be Linked To Depression

Birth Control May Be Linked To Depression

A study in JAMA Psychiatry found that women using hormonal birth control had an increased risk of receiving treatment for depression. Those on progestin-only pills or IUD’s were 34% more likely, respectively, to begin using antidepressants than women not on birth control.

 

 

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