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To determine if the CuT380A (ParaGard ® ) IUD is affected by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), in vitro studies utilizing a CuT380A IUD (ParaGard ® ), a copper-bearing IUD, and a Signa 1.5T HR system were used to evaluate whether the dynamic magnetic forces generated by the MRI resulted in...
We studied the knowledge and use of hormonal emergency contraception (EC) in Finland by mailing a questionnaire to a national sample of 3000 women aged 18–44 years (response rate 74%). Ten percent of the women aged under 25 and 4% of all respondents had sometimes used EC. Unmarried women were...
Consistent reports from several recent studies suggest that users of third generation oral contraceptives (OCs) containing gestodene and desogestrel may be at increased risk of venous thromboembolic disease (VTE). Paradoxically, other reports indicate that these users may be at decreased risk of...
Healthy, regularly menstruating women, aged 14–38 years, were enrolled in a comparative, double-blind, phase III, clinical trial to evaluate the contraceptive efficacy and acceptability of a combination of 90 mg dihydroxyprogesterone acetophenide with 6 mg estradiol enanthate compared to the...
The aim of this study was to compare contraceptive reliability, cycle control, and tolerance of an oral contraceptive containing 20 μg ethinylestradiol (EE2) and 75 μg gestodene (GSD), with a reference preparation containing a similar dose of gestodene but in combination with 30 μg...
After exposure of young male rats to gossypol acetic acid for various times, a reduction in the content of cellular and microtubular β-tubulin was found in spermatocytes and spermatids. The content of tubulin was measured by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). The results were expressed...
The “attrition of susceptibles” was a plausible noncausal hypothesis (that sought to account for the observed association between current use of OCs containing desogestrel or gestodene and the incidence of VTE). However, there are now several pieces of evidence suggesting that this hypothesis...
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