New Study Finds Hormonal Birth Control Triples Women's Risk Of Suicide

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New Study Finds Hormonal Birth Control Triples Women's Risk Of Suicide
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The study, titled "Association of Hormonal Contraception With Suicide Attempts and Suicides," follows a November 2016 study by the same researchers that discovered an alarming link between hormonal birth control and depression. Published in JAMA Psychiatry , that study found that women who used hormonal birth control had a 40 percent increased risk of depression after six months of use, compared to women who didn't. Some types of hormonal contraceptives carried an even greater risk, and younger women were at even greater risk when using hormonal contraception.

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