Studies show that newer birth control pills containing drospirenone, a synthetic version of the female hormone, progesterone, present a higher risk of blood clots than previous forms. According to an FDA report from Oct. 27, 2011, 10 in 10,000 women on the newer drugs will form a blood clot; with the older drugs, the risk is 7 in 10,000.
Newer versions, older versions, the Pill has dangerous side effects. There are other options, effective, safe and empowering, which I would recommend to anyone who asks. Or doesn’t ask, as the case with this blog may be.by