I Ve Been Using Trust Pill For Yrs Watched A Health Program Telling That Long Term Use Of Pills May Increase The Risk Breast Cancer Is It True

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I've been using pills for 8 yrs.I watched a health prog telling that long term use of it may increase the risk of breast cancer.is it true?I was worried so i stopped for a month but i want to take it again the following month.i am just waiting for my menstration to come.how many days after taking it will i be safe from getting pregnant?i just stop for one month only.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Chic! How are you?

There is some risk associated with taking any artificial hormones, such as this, but as to what they were talking about, they most likely meant the ones with high doses of estrogens, or people taking estrogen by itself.

The risk is much lower in these types, because they contain both an estrogen and a form of progesterone, and the latter helps oppose the estrogen to prevent some of its negative health effects.

For restarting, you'd need to take them for a full 7 days, before you will be protected from pregnancy.

Have you discussed your concerns about taking them with your doctor?

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