Mini-pill approved by FDA.

  • Published 1973 in IPPF medical bulletin

Abstract

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has agreed ot the use of oral contraceptives which contain only progestage - so-called minipills. The dose of progestagen is extremely small (.35 mg). Minipills do not block pituitary activity to the same extent as conventional combined pills, bu are thought to act on the cervical mucus, on the reaction of the… (More)

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