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progestin-only pill

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  • Progestogen-only pill — (POP) Background Birth control type Hormonal First use 1973 Failure rates (first year) Perfect use 0.5% Typical use 8.0% …   Wikipedia

  • Progestogen only pill — Infobox Birth control name = Progestogen Only Pill (POP) width = caption = bc type = Hormonal date first use = 1973 rate type = Failure perfect failure% = 0.5 typical failure% = ? duration effect = 1day reversibility = Yes user reminders = Taken… …   Wikipedia

  • Progestin — Co inventor Luis E. Miramontes s signed laboratory notebook. October 15, 1951 A progestin is a synthetic[1] progestogen that has progestinic effects similar to progesterone. [2] …   Wikipedia

  • Pill, the — Commonly called "the pill," combined oral contraceptives are the most commonly used form of reversible birth control in the United States. This form of birth control suppresses ovulation (the monthly release of an egg from the ovaries)… …   Medical dictionary

  • Combined oral contraceptive pill — (COCP) Background Birth control type Hormonal First use ? …   Wikipedia

  • Contraceptive, pill — Commonly called the pill, combined oral contraceptives are the most commonly used form of reversible birth control in the United States. This form of birth control suppresses ovulation (the monthly release of an egg from the ovaries) by the… …   Medical dictionary

  • Emergency contraception — Background Birth control type Hormonal (progestin or others) or intra uterine First use 1970s Failure rates (per use) Perfect use ECP: see article text IUD: under 1% …   Wikipedia

  • Implanon — Infobox Birth control name = Implanon width = caption = bc type = Hormonal Progestin only implant date first use = 1998 (Indonesia) rate type = Failure perfect failure% = 0.05 typical failure% = 0.05 duration effect = 3 years reversibility = Yes… …   Wikipedia

  • IUD with progestogen — IntraUterine System (Mirena) Background Birth control type Intrauterine First use 1990 (Mirena currently available) 1976 (Progestasert discontinued in 2001) Failure rates (first year, Mirena) Perfect use 0.2% …   Wikipedia

  • Emergency contraceptive availability by country — The following is a list of countries that allow access to dedicated purpose emergency contraceptive pills.EuropeFinlandThe Yuzpe regimen was introduced under the name Neoprimavlar in 1987. In 2002 levonorgestrel only EC (NorLevo 750 µg) became… …   Wikipedia

  • IntraUterine System — Infobox Birth control name = IntraUterine System width = caption = bc type = Intrauterine date first use = 1990 (Mirena) 1976 (Progestasert) rate type = Failure failure measure = first year, Mirena perfect failure% = 0.2 typical failure% = ?… …   Wikipedia

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