Your Birth Control Is Apparently 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 ...

The Contraceptive Pill Makes Women Miserable, New Study Finds - Grazia

Researchers in Sweden have found that two of the UK's most commonly used contraceptive pills - Microgynon and Rigevidon - may make women feel miserable. Their study focused on 340 healthy women aged between 18 and 35, and was published in the ...

Yes, Your Birth-Control Pills Really Might Be Making You Feel Awful, Study Says - Yahoo Health

Any woman who's used hormonal contraception will likely tell you that, while the pill is great for helping us stay in control of our reproductive choices (thank you, birth control!), it also sometimes makes us feel like crap. And now, a new randomized ...

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 ...

Oral contraceptive pill impacts on wellbeing - OnMedica

One of the most common combined oral contraceptive pill has a negative impact on women's quality of life but does not increase depressive symptoms, a study* published in the journal Fertility and Sterility has found. The study included 340 healthy ...

New study confirms the pill actually can impact your quality of life - SHEmazing

They give us the option to plan and control our reproductive choices, but they can also bring on some pretty awful side effects. In a recent study, scientists at the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden confirmed that this popular form of contraception can ...

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 ...

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.

For Women: This Is What Birth Control Pill Can Do To Your Wellbeing - Information Nigeria

Every day, many women take the pill as their number one form of birth control. A few believe it leads to weird mood swings on some days, while others don't. Now, researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden in collaboration with the Stockholm School ...

There's evidence! The Pill does make women feel lousy - 6minutes

Even though the science generally fails to back them up, many women report that taking the contraceptive Pill makes them feel grumpy and out of sorts. Now a randomised, placebo-controlled study may prove them right, finding those taking the combined ...

Birth Control Negatively Affects Your Quality Of Life & It's Not Surprising At All - Romper

A recent study is just the latest addition to all the literature that says birth control negatively affects women's quality of life. Anyone who's ever used hormonal birth control can likely attest to that, but the more science to back it up, the better ...

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 ...

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 ...

Oral contraceptives reduce general well-being in healthy women - 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, ...