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Die Pille: Erhöhen gewisse Kontrazeptiva das Risiko für potenziell lebensbedrohende VTEs?

24. Dezember 2018 – Ja, das tun sie. Gemäss dem Bundesamt für Arzneimittel und Medizinprodukte (BfArM) sind kombinierte hormonale Kontrazeptiva (KHK), welche die Wirkstoffe Dienogest und Ethinylestradiol enthalten,  sowohl in Deutschland wie auch in vielen anderen Ländern zugelassen zur oralen hormonalen Kontrazeption und zur Behandlung von mittelschwerer Akne nach Versagen geeigneter topischer Therapien oder einer oralen Antibiotikabehandlung bei Frauen,

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