Changes in coagulation and anticoagulation in women taking low-dose triphasic oral contraceptives: a controlled comparative 12-month clinical trial.

@article{Notelovitz1992ChangesIC,
  title={Changes in coagulation and anticoagulation in women taking low-dose triphasic oral contraceptives: a controlled comparative 12-month clinical trial.},
  author={Morris Notelovitz and Craig S. Kitchens and Fariha Khan},
  journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={1992},
  volume={167 5},
  pages={1255-61}
}
OBJECTIVE The effects of two triphasic oral contraceptives on coagulation and anticoagulation factors were compared in a 12-month open-label study. STUDY DESIGN Fifty-two women (mean age 26 years) were enrolled in and completed the study; 20 had been randomly assigned to receive levonorgestrel plus ethinyl estradiol, 24 had been randomly assigned to receive norethindrone plus ethinyl estradiol, and eight surgically sterile women acted as untreated controls. Coagulation and anticoagulation… CONTINUE READING