combined oral contraceptive

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combined oral contraceptive

an oral contraceptive that includes both an estrogen and a progestogen, which may be administered in either two or three different phases during each menstrual cycle.

combined oral contraceptive

(kŏm-bīnd′),

COC

A birth control pill that contains both an estrogen and a progestin.

combined oral contraceptive

A hormonal contraceptive containing both an oestrogen and a PROGESTOGEN drug. See also CONTRACEPTION.
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49) and the risk reduction persisted for at least 35 years following COC discontinuation (RR, 0.
She said the PBOC reconvened to electronically transmit a second corrected COC to include the votes for San Ildefonso.
Duterte's camp said Dino's COC for President has been duly recognized by the Comelec when his name was included in the list of those that filed their COC for President as "No.
Effects of HBP on the Wetting Displacements of COC Without Vibration
COC can be diluted with around 10% LLDPE without significantly compromising performance for most application needs.
Nonetheless, despite the shortage of convincing evidence linking antibiotic use with COC failure, it is possible that some individuals may be more prone to the COC-antibiotic interaction.
Bonds, who passed for 5,702 yards and 53 touchdowns at Hart, lost track of how many setbacks he had suffered at COC.
The stiffness of the COC and the added thickness give the blisters an upscale feel.
In the fourth week, participants received 3 subcutaneous injections of COC hydrochloride (75 mg/70 kg; Mallinkrodt) in saline approximately every 48 h.
Processed by conventional methods, including injection molding, extrusion, and blow molding, COC can be reinforced with glass and minerals, and compounded with colorants, flame retardants, slip modifiers, ultraviolet modifiers, and other additives.
COC were collected from small, growing (1-3 mm; n=12) and large, preovulatory (> 5 mm; n=17) ovarian follicles of non-pregnant ewes (n=10).
Since receiving the Special Committee assessment in September, 2005, we have been working closely with the COC to execute a comprehensive plan to address their recommendations," said Dr.