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Oral contraceptives reduce general well-being in healthy women, Swedish study finds - Science Daily

Date: April 18, 2017; Source: Karolinska Institutet; Summary: One of the most common combined oral contraceptive pills has a negative impact on women's quality of life but does not increase depressive symptoms. This is shown by a major randomized ...and more »

Should You Stop Taking Your Birth Control? Oral Contraceptive Pills May Decrease Quality Of Life In Women - Medical Daily

Woman looking out window Researchers at Karolinska Institutet found a link between combined birth control pills and decrease in wellbeing in healthy women. Photo courtesy of Pixabay, Public Domain. Share · Tweet · Share · E-mail. Every day, many women ...and more »

Contraceptive pill 'reduces general well-being of healthy women', study claims - The Independent

The contraceptive pill can reduce the general well-being of healthy women, a study has claimed. Researchers at the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden and the Stockholm School of Economics studied 340 healthy women aged between 18 and 35. The women were ...and more »

Birth Control Pills Can Make Women Feel Awful, Study Finds - Huffington Post Canada

Confirming what women have known for decades, a new study has found that birth control pills can make women feel awful. The randomized study, conducted by the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden, and published in the journal Fertility and ...and more »

Can Birth Control Pills Negatively Impact Women's Quality Of Life? - Tech Times

Women often take birth control pills, or oral contraceptives, to steer clear of unwanted pregnancies, or if they are not ready to go the family way. While some health experts believe that oral contraceptives negatively impact a woman's quality of life ...and more »

Taking the most common contraceptive pills can make women miserable, research shows - The Sun

TAKING one of the most common contraceptive pills can make women miserable, says a study. They reported their mood, sense of well-being and energy levels were dragged down, while their self- control was also hit. Taking one of the most common ...and more »

Contraceptive pills are 'making women miserable', study finds - Evening Standard

Taking one of the most commonly-prescribed contraceptive pills can make women miserable, a new study has found. Women who take pills containing ethinylestradiol reported that they had a low mood, low energy levels and minimal self-control. The ...and more »

Taking the Pill can trigger mood swings and make women miserable, 'alarming' research confirms - Daily Mail

For years, women prescribed the combined version - the most common form of contraception - have long reported feeling miserable. It is widely believed that when the synthetic versions of the hormones oestrogen and progesterone are ingested, it affects ...and more »

Does This Birth Control Pill Hurt Women's 'Well-Being'? - Vocativ

Birth control pills may have done some very good stuff — oh, you know, ushering in the sexual revolution and giving women unprecedented control over their reproductive lives. But massive social progress aside, a new study warns that a popular oral ...and more »

Taking Birth Control Is Making Your Life Worse, Science Says - Elite Daily

If you're one of, ya know, one jillion women who resort to birth control as a way to avoid pregnancy, there's a chance it's affecting other aspects of your life. Researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden worked alongside the Stockholm School of ...and more »