Quasense

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Extended or continuous cycle combined oral contraceptive pills are a packaging of combined oral contraceptive pills (COCPs) that reduce or eliminate the withdrawal bleeding that would occur once every 28 days in traditionally packaged COCPs. Extended cycle use of COCPs may also be called menstrual suppression.

Other combined hormonal contraceptives (those containing both an estrogen and a progestogen) may also be used in an extended or continuous cycle. For example, the NuvaRing vaginal ring and the contraceptive patch have been studied for extended cycle use, and the monthly combined injectable contraceptive may similarly eliminate bleeding.

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I been taking a birth control pill called Quasense and im on my third month pills. My boyfriend and I have been wanting to have sex without using a...

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Hello ma'am and welcome.

By pre-ejaculate I hope you mean the 'precum' which is a natural lubricant and is usually safe to come in contact with. If...

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Last night, I engaged in unprotected sex. I am currently on Quasense birth control pill that I take at the exact same time daily. I am also on...

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Thanks for consulting us.
Antibiotic use is known to decrease birth control efficacy of pills. So it is advised that barrier method should be...

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I been taking a birth control pill called Quasense and im on my third month pills. My boyfriend and I have been wanting to have sex without using a...

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Last night, I engaged in unprotected sex. I am currently on Quasense birth control pill that I take at the exact same time daily. I am also on...

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I m on the birth control quasense & have been for over a year (or 2). I m on week 9 and have been seeing this brown spotting for over a week now....

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