Maximizing the use of the progestin minipill.

  • Published 1999 in Contraceptive technology update

Abstract

Although the progestin-only oral contraceptive (OC) is a safe, effective method for women who cannot use agents that include estrogen because they are breast-feeding or for another reason, it accounts for only 1-26% of the OC market in the US. The progestin-only OC is less effective than combined OCs, and about 5% of women who use rely on the progestin-only… (More)

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