Contraception for the older woman.


This paper discusses the dilemma faced by older women in finding a method of contraception that is both safe and effective. For normotensive, slim women over 35 years of age who have never smoked, combined oral contraceptives (OCs) still provide a viable method of fertility control. However, there is a 2-3-fold increased risk of mortality from… (More)


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