A comparison of the effects of two triphasic oral contraceptives on haemostasis.

The effects of two cyclically administered, triphasic, combined low dosage oestrogen and progestogen oral contraceptives on haemostasis have been compared in a longitudinal study, over 6 months, in 26 healthy females aged 16-30 years. Subjects received either Logynon (ethinyl oestradiol and Levonorgestrol, n = 14) or SHD 415G (Schering U.K., n = 12), which… (More)