Oral Contraceptives may Increase Ischemic Stroke Risk
Oral contraceptives cause a stroke by raising blood pressure and by making blood hypercoagulable (the blood gets clotted easily resulting in thrombosis). Birth control pills increase the risk of ischemic stroke, finds a study conducted by Loyola Medicine stroke specialists. The risk is very small among women who do not have other stroke risk factors.
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