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Adverse mood effects of combined oral contraceptives in relation to personality traits.
Borgström A, et al. Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 2008. PMID 18760521
OBJECTIVE: Mood symptoms, such as depressed mood, anxiety and increased irritability, remain one of the major reasons for discontinuation of combined oral contraceptive (COC) pills. ...STUDY DESIGN: Thirty women currently on COCs with no reports of adverse mood symptoms, 28 women currently on COCs and experiencing mood-related side effects, 27 women who had discontinued COC use for reasons other than adverse mood symptoms and 33 women who had discontinued COC use due to adverse mood effects were included. ...
OBJECTIVE: Mood symptoms, such as depressed mood, anxiety and increased irritability, remain one of the major reasons for discontinuation of …
[Real and seeming side-effects of oral contraceptives with an emphasis on medical and haematological problems. Review of literature (author's transl)].
Bucher U, et al. Schweiz Rundsch Med Prax 1976 - Review. PMID 790374 German.
A brief survey of the literature on the side effects of oral contraceptives is given. Of the many influences on laboratory results those related to (reversible) cholestasis or to a change in protein synthesis are the most important ones. ...Few of the clinical side effects attributed to oral contraceptives can be directly correlated with the pharmaceutical action of these drugs. ...
A brief survey of the literature on the side effects of oral contraceptives is given. Of the many influences on laborat …
[Effects of oral contraceptives on liver function and structure].
Andree H and Roschlau G. Z Arztl Fortbild (Jena) 1987 - Review. PMID 3328430 German.
This is a broad review (140 literature citations) of the possible effects of oral contraceptives on the liver. The oral contraceptives considered consist of combined preparations of estrogens and progestogens although the so-called "minipills" contain only a progestogen. ...The gestagen component of oral contraceptives is responsible for enzyme induction in the smooth endoplasmic reticulum. Morphological liver changes caused by oral contraceptives include parenchyma changes, hepatosis, reactive hepatitis, hepatitis resembling viral hepatitis, vascular changes, sinusoid ectasia, Budd-Chiari syndrome, hyperplasias and neoplasias, focal nodular hyperplasia, adenoma and liver cell carcinoma....
This is a broad review (140 literature citations) of the possible effects of oral contraceptives on the liver. The o
Effects of manufacturing oral contraceptives on blood clotting.
Poller L, et al. Br Med J 1979. PMID 466212 Free PMC article.
In monitoring the effects of industrial exposure resulting from the pharmaceutical manufacture of oestrogen-progestogen combinations by coagulation studies acceleration of some clotting tests was found. ...
In monitoring the effects of industrial exposure resulting from the pharmaceutical manufacture of oestrogen-progestogen combinations …
Oral contraceptives and the risk of venous thromboembolism.
Middeldorp S. Gend Med 2005 - Review. PMID 16551555
BACKGROUND: Oral contraceptives were introduced in the late 1950s, and their use has altered society and has led to radical changes. Combined oral contraceptives are considered the most acceptable, effective, and most easily reversible method of contraception. ...
BACKGROUND: Oral contraceptives were introduced in the late 1950s, and their use has altered society and has led to radical ch …
[Delayed adverse effects of contraceptives].
[No authors listed] Orv Hetil 1978. PMID 652347 Hungarian.
It is almost impossible at this point to make an estimate of the possible delayed adverse effects of the hormonal contraceptives presently marketed. ...But it is at this point extremely difficult to predict which delayed effects they might have. The medical schools in Hungary are doing a lot of research on the subject, but what can be done about the women who have been taking oral contraceptives for 10 years already? ...
It is almost impossible at this point to make an estimate of the possible delayed adverse effects of the hormonal contracep
Post-pill infertility
Pinkerton GD and Carey HM. Med J Aust 1976. PMID 1263980
One hundred and fifty-one nulligravid women and 63 parous women stopped taking low-dose sequential oral contraceptives in order to become pregnant. ...Available data suggest that after withdrawal of low-dose sequential oral contraceptives, the incidence of post-Pill infertility is lower than that after withdrawal of combined oral contraceptives. ...
One hundred and fifty-one nulligravid women and 63 parous women stopped taking low-dose sequential oral contraceptives in orde …
Oral contraceptives--possible mediation of side effects via an estrogen receptor in liver.
Eisenfeld AJ, et al. Biochem Pharmacol 1978. PMID 728209
Most of the side effects of oral contraceptives may be caused by direct estrogen interaction in the liver resulting in alteration in liver function, including the synthesis of critical plasma proteins affecting the cardiovascular system. ...There seems to be a possibility that the newer combined oral contraceptives, which contain lower amounts of estrogen, ethinyl estradiol (reduced from 50 ug to 30 ug), and progestin, might produce smaller changes in estrogen-related plasma protein and at the same time achieve contraceptive effectiveness and regular menstrual bleeding patterns. ...
Most of the side effects of oral contraceptives may be caused by direct estrogen interaction in the liver resulting in …
On the epidemiology of oral contraceptives and disease.
Prentice RL and Thomas DB. Adv Cancer Res 1987 - Review. PMID 3314396
Adverse and beneficial effects, especially with regard to mortality rates, of oral contraceptives (OC) are reviewed. In 1980 approximately 80 million women used OCs worldwide. ...The Royal College of General Practitioners RCGP Oral Contraceptive Study of 1974 involved 46,000 women aged over 15 (50% were OC users, 50% were nonusers) the Oxford Family Planning Association Contraceptive Study of 1976 recruited 17,032 women aged 25-39, 56% of whom used OCs, and the Walnut Creek Contraceptive Drug Study of 1981 studied 16,638 women aged 18-54 of whom 28% were OC users and 33% were former users. ...
Adverse and beneficial effects, especially with regard to mortality rates, of oral contraceptives (OC) are revie
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