Listen for Concerns About Contraception and COVID-19 Infection

Patients may ask whether it's safe to take hormonal contraceptives if they have COVID-19...due to fear of blood clots.

These concerns are popping up because being hospitalized with COVID-19 increases the risk of developing blood clots.

And patients taking estrogen-containing contraceptives (pill, patch, ring, etc) are already at increased clot risk.

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