Bibliografia Pillola Anticoncenzionale
World Health Organization, Emergency contraception
Medscape: Antibiotics Interact With Combination Oral Contraceptives? Ben M. Lomaestro, BS, PharmD August 27 2009
World Health Organization : Medical eligibility criteria for contraceptive use Fifth edition 2015
Mescape: New Developments in Hormonal Therapy for Acne J. K. L. Tan, MD, FRCPC
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UpToDate: Hormonal contraception for suppression of menstruation Author: Andrew M Kaunitz, MD Section Editor: Robert L Barbieri, MD Deputy Editor: Kristen Eckler, MD, FACOG
UpToDate: Risks and side effects associated with estrogen-progestin contraceptives Authors: Kathryn A Martin, MD, Pamela S Douglas, MD Section Editors: Robert L Barbieri, MD, William F Crowley, Jr, MD Deputy Editor: Kathryn A Martin, MD
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