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Study Finds Disturbing Link Between Hormonal Birth Control and Depression - Are You at Risk?

We always wonder what will happen to our bodies after we stop taking birth control, but what about what happens to our bodies while we're taking the pill? A large new study has found that hormonal methods of birth control are associated with a greater risk of depression. The results from a study at the University of Copenhagen have recently been unveiled, and after monitoring over one million Danish women for 13 years, they found a 40 percent increased risk of depression in women who had been on hormonal birth control after just six months.
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