Get Rid Of Rheumatoid Arthritis With Contraceptive Pill
Now this is something amazing to know that contraceptive pill can actually help one get rid of rheumatoid arthritis while taking the pills for more than seven years. The research report is published virtually in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. However no prominent or worthwhile piece of information was found for breast feeding. Now this is a practice which has been linked with the defending effect. Now rheumatoid arthritis is something noticed in women more than men as it is considered that hormonal and reproductive factors somewhat clarify this gender disparity. However such research has delivered many vague results.
However while trying to see through the issues in one of the deeper manner, the researchers are bent on screening the possible association in between the growing maturity of the diseases and the consumption of the Pill and breastfeeding among those women who are minimum having one child and into breastfeeding. This data they took from the Swedish Epidemiological Investigation of Rheumatoid Arthritis (EIRA) that involved women about the age of 18 and more, they are the resident of a specific part of Sweden and this screening continued from 1996 to 2014.
Between this time span, total 2809 women were identified with rheumatoid arthritis and 5312 were selected at random in order to form a comparison group. From all the participants blood samples were taken only to verify the antibodies (ACPA) to rheumatoid arthritis. Then the women were enquired in depth regarding their contraceptive and reproductive back stories, their way of life, if they were breastfeeding their kids also about their academic attainment.
Among all 4129 women were integrated in the concluding psychoanalysis. Among them, 884 are likely to have rheumatoid arthritis and 1949 were lastly concluded to have breastfed minimum one child, ranging from 2006 and 2014. Those who are on the oral contraceptive are likely to develop rheumatoid arthritis as compare to those who have never done the same for their entire life. Now the risk is seen to be lowering in women 15% who are on pill in recent times also the past users by 13%. Moreover, the linking was noteworthy for women who were diagnosed positive for ACPA antibodies right after consuming tobacco and alcohol when compared with women who have never tried out the oral contraceptive.
Those who were tested positive for anti-citrullinated protein are likely to have rheumatoid arthritis and the presence of antibodies would hint at the severity of the diseases. Making use of the pills for more than seven years, now the average level of use among the researched participants was linked with lowering the risk of generating rheumatoid arthritis and this was the scenario for those were diagnosed positive also negative for ACPA.
However this is nothing but an observational report so there is no solid conclusion involving the cause and effect. In addition to which researchers were not capable of taking out any information regarding the measure and kind of oral contraceptive that the women are seen to be consuming. However the participants are many in number and researchers are pointing out that there are potentially influential factors.