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  • Emergency Contraception. [Journal Article]
    Pediatrics 2019; 144(6)Upadhya KK, COMMITTEE ON ADOLESCENCE
  • Despite significant declines over the past 2 decades, the United States continues to experience birth rates among teenagers that are significantly higher than other high-income nations. Use of emergency contraception (EC) within 120 hours after unprotected or underprotected intercourse can reduce the risk of pregnancy. Emergency contraceptive methods include oral medications labeled and dedicated…
  • Mechanisms involved in the contraceptive effects of ulipristal acetate. [Review]
    Reproduction 2019Munuce MJ, Gómez-Elías MD, … Cohen D
  • The use of emergency contraception (EC) methods is increasing worldwide as it constitutes an effective way to prevent unplanned pregnancy after unprotected sexual intercourse. During the last decade, ulipristal acetate (UPA), a selective progesterone receptor modulator, has emerged as the most effective EC pill, and it is now recommended as first line hormonal treatment for EC in several countrie…
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