• No, ‘post-birth control syndrome' isn't a real thing, doctors say

    6 days ago - By National Post

    Doctors are calling out the latest unsubstantiated health advice aimed at women - naturopaths claiming they can “recover” women from “post-birth control syndrome,” and Gwyneth Paltrow's new “Madame Ovary” dietary supplement for menopause - while doctors could have themselves at least partially to blame for women turning to pseudoscientific treatments.
    According to U.S. naturopath Jolene Brighten - a self-described leading expert on post-birth control syndrome and host of an “awareness week” featuring Canadian naturopaths and chiropractors - the phenomenon arises within the first four to...
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