The birth control pill Ortho-Cept has updated its safety label to include new warnings regarding blood clots in the veins and other vascular problems. Ortho-Cept is an oral hormonal contraceptive that combines the progestin desogestrel and the estrogen ethyl estradiol. It is common knowledge that birth control pills can increase the risk for blood clots. The new warnings added to Ortho-Cept state that the risk of suffering a blood clot condition known as venous thromboembolism (VTE) while taking the pills is highest in the first year of use and when restarting hormonal contraception after a break of four weeks or ... Read More
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