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Covid: Women should ‘keep taking the pill’ amid jab clot fear – BBC News

Health experts say the risks of blood clots from the pill are small after women raise concerns.



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By Eva LantosBBC Wales news
image captionLara Hill said women needed to be able to make more informed choices when considering contraception
Women are being urged not to stop taking contraceptive pills after blood clots fears were sparked by the Covid vaccine rollout.
Health officials have said the pill runs a risk of blood clots while defending the safety of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.
Some women have claimed they were not told of risks by GPs, and have called for better contraceptive services.

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