If You Take the Pill, Don’t Smoke

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Studies indicate that women over age 35 who smoke and take birth control pills or use the birth control patch, may increase their risk for a blood clot or stroke. So if you smoke, don’t take the Pill. And if you must take the Pill, don’t smoke.

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