Danish researchers analyzed the health records of more than one million Danish women and girls between from 15 and 34 years of age. Fifty-five percent were on or had recently been on birth control.

Compared with women who were not on any form of hormonal birth control, those who used a combined pill (with estrogen and progestin) had a 1.23 times higher risk of going on an antidepressant for the first time.

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