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Women's Trials: The Approval of the First Oral Contraceptive Pill in the United States and Great Britain

Lara V. Marks. Sexual Chemistry: A History of the Contraceptive Pill. New Haven: Yale University Press. 2001. Pp. xi, 372. $29.95

Serum anti-müllerian hormone levels and follicular cohort characteristics after pituitary suppression in the late luteal phase with oral contraceptive pills

Post-operative use of oral contraceptive pills for prevention of anatomical relapse or symptom-recurrence after conservative surgery for endometriosis


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Syn: the pill. A compound comprising the steroid hormones estrogen and progesterone, or progesterone alone, which acts by inhibiting ovulation, that has been licensed for use in the United States and most other nations since 1960, after preliminary trials in Puerto Rico. Some variations include the morning-after (plan B) pill and contraceptive implants.

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