The pill increases the risk of cancer of the cervix

Women who use oral increases the risk, but the risk decreases rapidly once the pill is stopped.The new analysis of data from published and unpublished studies involving over 16,500 patients with cervical cancer and 35,500 women without the disease to quantify the risk associated with oral contraceptive use around the world.

And since the use of oral contraceptives reduces the risk of a woman’s ovarian development and Sasieni and Green agree that the benefits outweigh the risks, probably for most women.

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Epidemiologist Jane Green, MD, who led the study team, tells WebMD that the findings should be considered good news for women taking the pill or have taken in the past.

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Both agree that new findings show the importance of regular screening of cervical cancer for women taking the pill.

The sexually transmitted human papilloma virus () is an important risk factor for cervical cancer, but having multiple births is also considered a risk factor for the disease.

In less developed countries, the risk was estimated at 8.3 cases per 1000 users of oral contraceptives decade, compared to 7.3 cases per 1000 who had never used the pill.

Routine screening for cervical cancer in developed countries like the United States has led to a drastic reduction in their incidence.

We know that women taking estrogen combined pill are at increased risk of [cervical cancer], he said. What I do not know what happens after you stop the pill. Now we know that the risk begins to fall rapidly and disappeared after 10 years. Cervical cancer and the pill

Taking oral contraceptives for five or more years was associated with a doubling of risk in the study recently published in the neck.