oral contraception


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Noun1.oral contraception - contraception achieved by taking oral contraceptive pills
contraception, contraceptive method - birth control by the use of devices (diaphragm or intrauterine device or condom) or drugs or surgery
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3% annual pregnancy rate), but similar to, or better than, typical use of combined oral contraception (9%) and condoms (18%).
5) (The research compared the patch and vaginal ring to levonorgestrel-containing combined oral contraception.
Mortality among contraceptive pill users: cohort evidence from Royal College of General Practitioners' Oral Contraception Study.
The Oral Contraception Study was started by the Royal College of General Practitioners in 1968, seven years after the pill was first introduced into Britain on the NHS.
Established by the Royal College of General Practitioners in 1968, the Oral Contraception Study observed a total of more than 1.
The findings provide an update to the General Practitioners' Oral Contraception Study of a United Kingdom cohort recruited in the late 1960s.
In the year 2015 alone till November DKT managed to sell 6,000,000 male contraceptives, 316,916 cycles of oral contraception, 190,392 packages of emergency contraception, 111,394 vials of injectable contraception, 139,675 tablets of misoprostol, 1,700 implants and 132,904 IUDs.
BORN CRAZY Horse, native American leader, 1840 FRANCISCO Franco, Spanish dictator, 1892 TYRA Banks, US super model, 1973, above DIED THOMAS Hobbes, English philosopher, 1679 FRANK Zappa, US rock musician, 1993, above SOCRATES, Brazilian footballer, 2011 EVENTS 1961: Women who wish to take oral contraception may do so on the National Health Service.
Previous research has linked increased risk for migraines, heart attack and stroke with using oral contraception, leading researchers to conduct a meta-analysis of studies because of what they call inconsistencies in method.
Over-the-counter ("OTC") oral contraception ("OC") became these candidates ' way to connect with the women alienated by the Republican Party in recent elections.
When starting a woman on oral contraception, prescribers should remember that the second generation combined oral contraceptive pill is associated with a slightly lower risk of complications of thromboembolism than the newer, third generation pills.
A commonly used Web-based resource (UpToDate) does not mention mood or sexual side effects in its list of the adverse effects of oral contraception.