oral contraceptive

NOUN
  1. a contraceptive in the form of a pill containing estrogen and progestin to inhibit ovulation and so prevent conception
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How To Use oral contraceptive In A Sentence

  • Limitations of this study include the low number of women using oral contraceptives.
  • Avoid sulfa antibiotics and be aware of oral contraceptives, both of which may induce flares.
  • Oral contraceptives are collectively referred to in common parlance as 'the pill'.
  • It's an essay that suggests that it's unethical to use oral contraceptives because of their abortifacient properties.
  • Avoid sulfa antibiotics and be aware of oral contraceptives, both of which may induce flares.
  • Pharmacists who object to dispensing oral contraceptives on religious grounds might find it awkward to quiz a woman about the reason for the prescription.
  • The women in the study were 18 to 44 years of age, were ovulating normally, and were not taking oral contraceptives.
  • Should oral contraceptives or hormone replacement therapy be discontinued before surgery?
  • Oral contraceptives, tubal ligation, and pregnancy lower the risk of ovarian cancer.
  • The minipill, also known as the progestin-only birth control pill, is an oral contraceptive that contains the hormone progestin.
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