Struggling with symptoms of depression, digestive upset, acne, hair loss, or low libido since starting birth control? These are common side effects associated with the pill.
[Book Mentioned in the Segment]: Beyond the Pill:
Out of the 11 million women in the US taking the pill, more than half are using it for reasons other than pregnancy prevention.
While there are many benefits to birth control, we also have to inform women of the potential risks and side effects.
The Contraceptive Guide:
Birth Control & Depression Risk:
Breast Cancer & Birth Control:
Acne After Stopping Birth Control:
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