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Between 1970-1978 a total of 3146 women aged 12-50 were hospitalized in the neurologic division of the Regional Hospital of Borgo Trento, Italy. Of these, only 47 patients, average age 27.8, were on oral contraceptives (OCs); average hospitalization time was of 9.7 days. Main complaints were headache, nausea, vomiting, depression, and vertigo. However,(More)
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