Women who are pregnant, on the pill or taking estrogen could face high risks for deadly blood clots if they catch coronavirus, doctors warn

Women on birth control may be at increased risk of blood clots if they catch coronavirus, a new study warns.

COVID-19 increases the risk of blood clots for those taking oral contraceptives, according to the research published Wednesday.

Contraceptive pills contain estrogen which can narrow vessels. Individuals who are pregnant or on HRT (hormone replacement therapy) face the same danger.

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