lunes, 25 de abril de 2011

Studies show increased risk of blood clots when taking oral contraception with drospirenone

-- Two new drug safety studies conducted by researchers at Boston University School of Medicine provide strong evidence that women taking oral contraception with drospirenone have an increased risk of nonfatal venous thromboembolism, or blood clots, compared to women taking oral contraception with levonorgestrel.

Source:
http://healthyken.com/2011/04/studies-show-increased-risk-of-blood-clots-when-taking-oral-contraception-with-drospirenone.html