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International Primary Care Association

Clinical Focus Volume 8 N1

New developments in Contraception


Although we still do not have a ‘perfect contraceptive’, one which is safe, effective, and free from any side effects; a great deal has changed since Casonova first advised using half a lemon with the juice removed as a cervical cap in the 18th century. The launch of new contraceptives has increased choice and new, simplified recommendations on their use have increased the acceptability of all methods.

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  • Authors: Anusha Dias
  • Keywords: EllaOne, Qlaira, Zoely, Nuvaring, Nexplanon, Mirena EvoInserter, Sayana Press, UK Medical Eligibility Criteria 2009, Missed Pill Rules, Quick Starting
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