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Women over 35 can’t use oral contraceptive pills?

Fact or fiction

Fact or Fiction: Women >35 can’t use oral contraceptive pills?

Fiction: Women over 35, as long as they don’t have any contraindications (eg, smoking, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, clotting disorders, etc) can use ocps as contraception and even to help transition into menopause.


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