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large_opened pack of pills jpeg.JPGWhat is the progestin-only birth control pill?

The mini-pill is a type of birth control pill that contains about half the amount of the hormone pro­gestin found in most combined oral contra­ceptives.  There is no estrogen in mini-pills.


large_OCs.JPGWhat are birth control pills?

Birth control pills (also known as combined oral contraception or "the pill") are used to prevent pregnancy.  They are an effective non-surgical and reversible method of contraception.  If taken consistently and correctly, birth control pills are more than 99% effective in preventing pregnancy.


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