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Birth Control


Birth control or contraceptive pills are medications serving to prevent pregnancy. Their effectiveness is about 99%, if taken in the right way. Delayed or even missed intake of any pill reduces significantly the effectiveness of the medication. In addition, oral contraceptives may help in menstrual period regulation.

It is important to remember that these preparations do not provide protection against various sexually transmitted diseases, AIDS in particular.

Contraceptive pills have a combination of progestin and estrogen hormones as their active ingredients. Most of them contain estrogen in the identical form and progestin as one of its various types.

Contraceptive pills have a combination of progestin and estrogen hormones as their active ingredients. Most of them contain estrogen in the identical form and progestin as one of its various types.

Birth control drugs also differ as for progestin and estrogen distribution over menstrual cycle. So, the 3 types of contraceptive pills include monophasic, biphasic and triphasic ones.


LevlenLevlen

Levlenis is a form of progesterone and designed for pregnancy prevention.



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