SHINE SA, issued 13th December 2017 SHINE SA believes everyone should have access to contraceptive choices, and that decisions about contraception are best made in conjunction with a healthcare professional. Cyproterone acetate pills, commonly known as Diane-35 appear to be associated with a higher risk of deep venous thrombosis (DVT) than levonorgestrel (LNG) containing pills, although the...
NHS, Monday January 12 2015
“Contraceptive injections moderately increase a woman’s risk of becoming infected with HIV,” The Guardian reports.
The headline was prompted by an analysis of 12 studies, but these results do not prove the injection directly increases the risk of HIV.
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