Oral Contraceptives Don't Increase Chance of Birth Defects - Study Finds

The New York Times highlights a recent study that shows no increased risk of birth defects from oral contraceptives, Tracey Frandsen, MD.

Oral Contraceptives Don’t Increase Chance of Birth Defects – Study Finds

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The New York Times highlights a recent study that shows no increased risk of birth defects from oral contraceptives, Tracey Frandsen, MD.

The New York Times “Well” blog reports that a large Danish study revealed that maternal use of oral contraceptives around the time pregnancy did not increase the risk of birth defects. Researchers examined records of 880,694 babies born in Denmark over 14 years, through March 2011…

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http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/01/06/the-pill-not-tied-to-birth-defects/?ref=health

 

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