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Hormone Contraceptive Use Linked to Depression, Particularly Among Teens and Younger Women

Contraceptives offer numerous benefits, including the prevention of an unwanted pregnancy. However, like all medications, they do have side effects. Nausea and headaches are known and well-documented issues, but a recent study has now linked a higher risk of depression to the use of hormonal contraceptives. This risk was particularly high among teens and younger women. The post Hormone Contraceptive Use Linked to Depression, Particularly Among Teens and Younger Women appeared first on Growing Your Baby.
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