third generation oral contraceptive

third generation oral contraceptive

Gynecology An OC containing desogestrol, gestodene OCs which skirt the adverse effects of progestins, and have a lower risk of acute MI relative to 2nd-generation OCs, at the risk of ↑ clot formation. See Oral contraceptive. Cf Second-generation oral contraceptive.
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According to Cecil Medicine 23rd edition, patients on a third generation oral contraceptive are at two times greater risk of deep venous clot formation when compared to second generation oral contraceptives.
s third generation oral contraceptive, known as DESOGEN(R) (desogestrel and ethinyl estradiol) Tablets in the United States, were lifted by an administrative court in Germany on Friday.
journal "Contraception," which reported that any links between third generation oral contraceptives (OCs) and a higher incidence of venous thrombosis were unfounded.
19, 1995--Organon International, a world leader in oral contraception, rejects any suggestion that third generation oral contraceptive pills including Marvelon and Mercilon are unsafe.
LONDON: Trial of oral contraceptive pill litigation due to commence at the High Court on behalf of 100 women who have suffered blood clots as a result of being on the third generation oral contraceptive.
But Mr Justice McKay said, ``I find that there is not as a matter of probability any increased relative risk of VTE (venous thrombosis embolism) carried by any of the third generation oral contraceptives supplied to these claimants by the defendants as compared with second generation products.
THIRD GENERATION ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES AND RISK OF VENOUS THROMBOSIS: META-ANALYSIS
Third generation oral contraceptives are associated with an increased risk of venous thrombosis.
It showed that third generation oral contraceptives were associated with a two-fold increased risk of blood clots when compared with older contraceptives containing a different hormone.

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