Extended cycle combined hormonal contraceptive

What is Extended cycle combined hormonal contraceptive?

Extended cycle combined oral contraceptive pills are COCPs packaged to reduce or eliminate the withdrawal bleeding that occurs once every 28 days in traditionally packaged COCPs. Extended cycle use of COCPs may also be called menstrual suppression.

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Hi How are you? Me and my girlfriend had been having sex without condom for a while now, and of course she is using pregnancy pills("Yazz 24+4") to...

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I would like to ask some questions which would help me guide you better.

1. When you say "she has had her period for about 3-4 weeks...

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can i start taking a new RX for seasonale before my next menstral cycle

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Thanks for your query.     

Seasonale (contains Levonorgestrel - ethinyl estradiol ) is a combination birth control pill used to prevent...

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