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In the United States, about 10 million women use oral contraceptives, and more than 4 million others use IUDs or implants.
Tyler’s experiments looked at one type of synthetic estrogen: ethinyl estradiol, or EE2, which is found in oral contraceptives like TriNessa and Seasonique.
Antihistamines, anti-depressants, anti-hypertensives, and even oral contraceptives can lead to tear film deficiencies as well.
Lifestyle factors also affect caffeine metabolism, including pregnancy and the use of oral contraceptives, both of which slow caffeine metabolism in the body, according to Sweeney.
Another version incorrectly said the failure rate for oral contraceptives is 6%.
Fifty-eight percent of women use oral contraceptive pills for reasons other than birth control like treating the disease endometriosis or menstrual pain, according to the Guttmacher Institute.
The National Women's Law Center – which estimates that in 2013 alone, the contraception requirement saved women $1.4 billion in oral contraceptive costs – has vowed to challenge the Trump administration in court.
Taking oral contraceptives or another form of hormonal birth control reduces the risk of cysts.
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