Oral contraceptives lead to diseases of the gall bladder

Scientists from the University of British Columbia, University of Florida, and Vanwersch Institute of Health conducted a study that has proven the risk of women gallbladder disease from the use of oral contraceptives.

Recent years, scientists had serious concerns about the use of oral contraceptives, in particular suspicion was aroused part of their structure drospirenone, a progestin fourth generation.

In a study of a group of scientists were included medical data from a multimedia database Lifelink on women's health from 1997 to 2009. The condition for inclusion in the experiment was taking oral contraceptives continuously for six months.

Resulting data were investigated by 2 721 014 women, 27 087 of which operation treatment of the gallbladder. The obtained results confirmed the fears of scientists that oral contraceptives increase the risk of gall bladder disease. A particularly detrimental impact on the bubble are oral contraceptives containing drospirenone, desogestrel and norethindrone. Although the percentage incidence was not as great as feared, scientists, the percentage of cases among women who used oral contraceptives was significantly higher compared to not using them women.

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This is not the first study aimed at identifying the negative effects of oral contraceptives for women, but the percentage using their women and recommending their doctors is not reduced. Unfortunately, most people do not consciously and not ready to indulge in the comfort and extra pleasure for the sake of a healthy and long life.

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