Can the pill make you look younger?

The research, by scientists at the University of Erlangen-Nurnberg in Germany, provides medical proof for the first time that hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and the Pill really do make women look younger.

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Also to know is, at what age should you stop birth control?

Now, to focus on the potential health effects of taking birth control pills for women in their 40s and into their 50s. The combination pill can be safely used by women up until the age of 50 and the mini pill (progestogen-only) can be used up until the age of 55.

Keeping this in consideration, can birth control affect you later in life? Most sources say there are no long term effects of birth control on women’s fertility. However, there are known to be dangers in taking the pill for an extended period, especially after the age of 35. At 35, there may be increased health risks such as blood clots.

Then, is it bad to be on birth control for 10 years?

As long as you are generally healthy, you can safely take birth control pills for however long you need birth control or until you reach menopause. This applies to both combination estrogen-progestin and progestin-only birth control pills.

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