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Contraceptive implants

contraceptive implant

Implantable contraceptives for women

Potential molecular mechanisms for the contraceptive control of implantation

The performance of levonorgestrel rod and Norplant contraceptive implants: a 5 year randomized study.

A multicentre efficacy and safety study of the single contraceptive implant Implanon ®

Correlation of endocrine profiles with bleeding patterns during use of Nestorone® contraceptive implants

Extended use up to 5 years of the etonogestrel-releasing subdermal contraceptive implant: comparison to levonorgestrel-releasing subdermal implant

A 3-year multicentre randomized controlled trial of etonogestrel- and levonorgestrel-releasing contraceptive implants, with non-randomized matched copper-intrauterine device controls

Once a month administration of mifepristone improves bleeding patterns in women using subdermal contraceptive implants releasing levonorgestrel

Bone mineral density during long-term use of the progestagen contraceptive implant Implanon® compared to a non-hormonal method of contraception

A 2-year comparative study of endometrial histology and cervical cytology of contraceptive implant users in Birmingham, UK.

A multicentre study investigating subcutaneous etonogestrel implants with injectable testosterone decanoate as a potential long-acting male contraceptive

A prospective study of the forearm bone density of users of etonorgestrel- and levonorgestrel-releasing contraceptive implants

Surface vascularization and endometrial appearance in women with menorrhagia or using levonorgestrel contraceptive implants. Implications for the mechanisms of breakthrough bleeding

 

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Silicone rods trade named Norplant containing progesterone, implanted subcutaneously in a group of six with timed release so progesterone enters the bloodstream continuously for a period of as long as 5 years, providing effective contraception during this period. This is a valuable contraceptive method for nonliterate women in low-income countries.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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