oral contraceptives may be less effective in overweight women

A new report that oral contraceptives may be less effective in overweight women could generate questions for you.

New research suggests a 60% higher failure rate. That means two more pregnancies per 100 women using OCs for a year.

And this isn't just in women who are obese.

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