“We have to be careful with the pill,” said Dr. Jonathan Hahn, a clinical associate professor of medicine at Boston University.
“The risk of pregnancy is much greater than what is being discussed.
It could lead not only to unwanted pregnancy but also to unintended pregnancies.
We need to be mindful of that.”
Hahn is the author of the book, The Pill and the New Woman: A Conversation about Birth Control, published by Basic Books.
He and his colleagues published a research report on the safety of the pill.
Hahn told MedNewsToday he and his co-authors had never heard of a study that found the pill could be dangerous, but he said it was a topic worth exploring.
“It is a very exciting time in terms of the availability of contraception,” Hahn said.
“In the past few years we have seen the pill becoming more and more available.
It is available at many pharmacies.
It can be taken anywhere.
And it is safe.
It has the benefit of reducing the risk of unintended pregnancy.”
Hahn said the researchers found that the pill is safe in some women, but not in others.
For example, women who take the pill daily are at higher risk of miscarriage, according to the study.
Other studies have found the risk increases with time after taking the pill, and that women who have taken it less than once a month have a slightly lower risk of developing a miscarriage than those who have used it for at least six months.
“The pill is effective in lowering the risk and the severity of early miscarriage,” Hagan said.
But the most important thing about the pill and the woman is not just how it affects pregnancy, he added.
“That’s the one thing that’s important to remember,” Hahan said.
“We know that the risk is much lower than what people are making it out to be.
And there is some concern about the potential for miscarriage, and there is concern about how the pill affects pregnancy.”
Dr. Rebecca G. Weil, a gynecologist and obstetrician at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, told MedNanews that the risks of the new pill are still low, and not as high as some people might think.
The new pill is available through pharmacies, doctors and insurance companies, but Gwynn said most people have to make their own decision on whether or not to take it.
“A lot of people will just take it, but they don’t necessarily need to take the risks,” she said.
Gwynn has seen women who use the pill for a year and a half.
But she said she’s also seen some who take it for a couple of years and have had no problems.
“I would say the majority of people that are using the pill in this period of time are pretty healthy,” she told MedNEWSToday.
“If you feel any symptoms that are associated with any of the side effects, they are usually associated with withdrawal symptoms. “
So I think people are doing a good job of following their doctors advice.””
If you feel any symptoms that are associated with any of the side effects, they are usually associated with withdrawal symptoms.
So I think people are doing a good job of following their doctors advice.”
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