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HORMONAL CONTRACEPTION
Contraceptive methods are used to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Contraception allows women/couples to explore plan on childbearing and family planning.
Hormonal contraception is a method with high rate of effectiveness and ease of administration. It is the widely used method of reversible contraception.
It does not protect against STIs/HIV.

Hormonal Contraception Drug Information

Drug Information
Belara
chlormadinone acetate + ethinylestradiol

Indication: Hormonal contraception.

Indication: Emergency postcoital contraception.

Indication: Female contraception.

Indication: Emergency postcoital contraception.

Indication: Hormonal contraceptive. Moderate to severe acne related to androgen-sensitivity (w/ or w/o seborrhoea) &/o...

Indication: Contraception, endometriosis, menopausal vasomotor symptoms; hormonally-dependent, recurrent breast cancer in ...

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