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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : POPs / progestin-only pills

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Long Form:   progestin-only pills
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2021 Prevalence of contraindications to progestin-only contraceptive pills in a multi-institution patient database. ---
2021 The relationship between hormonal contraception and cervical dysplasia/cancer controlling for human papillomavirus infection: a systematic review. CIN, COCs, HC, HPV, IUD, OC
2021 Time trends in contraceptive prescribing in UK primary care 2000-2018: a repeated cross-sectional study. CHC, IMRD, LARC
2020 A Randomized Study Evaluating the Effect of Evidence-Based Information on Clinician Attitudes About Moving Oral Contraceptives Over the Counter. COC, OCs, OTC
2020 Drospirenone 4 mg-only pill (DOP) in 24+4 regimen: a new option for oral contraception. DRSP
2020 Effect of progestogen-only contraception on premenopausal fracture risk: a case-control study. ---
2020 Pearl Index study with levonorgestrel-releasing intravaginal rings: using pharmacokinetic results to investigate treatment compliance as a potential contributor for contraceptive failure. IVR, LNG, PI, PK
2019 Hormonal contraception in women with endometriosis: a systematic review. CHCs, COCs, EE, NETA, POCs, QoL
2019 Postpartum hormonal contraception use and incidence of postpartum depression: a systematic review. LNG-IUDs
10  2017 Choosing the Right Oral Contraceptive Pill for Teens. COCs, OCPs
11  2017 Contraception and Breastfeeding at 4 Months Postpartum Among Women Intending to Breastfeed. aOR, CHCs, CI, NHCs
12  2017 Contraception Update: Oral Contraception. COCs, OCP
13  2017 Oral contraceptive pills: Risky or protective in case of Trichinella spiralis infection? COCPs
14  2016 Progestin-only contraception and thromboembolism: A systematic review. AMI, DMPA, LNG-IUDs, POCs, VTE
15  2016 Provision of contraception after emergency contraception from the pharmacy: evaluating the acceptability of pharmacy for providing sexual and reproductive health services. EC, SRH, UK
16  2015 A randomised study comparing the effect on ovarian activity of a progestogen-only pill (POP) containing desogestrel and a new POP containing drospirenone in a 24/4 regimen. POP
17  2015 Combined hormonal versus nonhormonal versus progestin-only contraception in lactation. CENTRAL, CI, COCs, DMPA, LNG-IUS, MD, mL, OR
18  2015 Maintenance of ovulation inhibition with a new progestogen-only pill containing drospirenone after scheduled 24-h delays in pill intake. ---
19  2014 Pharmacy-based interventions for initiating effective contraception following the use of emergency contraception: a pilot study. CI, EC, FPC
20  2014 Side effects unrelated to disease activity and acceptability of highly effective contraceptive methods in women with systemic lupus erythematosus: a randomized, clinical trial. COCs, IUDs, SLE
21  2013 Use of prescription contraceptive methods in the UK general population: a primary care study. COCs, LNG-IUS
22  2012 User characteristics and out-of-pocket expenditures for progestin-only versus combined oral contraceptives. COCs, OCP
23  2010 Estrogen-free oral hormonal contraception: benefits of the progestin-only pill. COCs
24  2008 Ovulation incidence with oral contraceptives: a literature review. CI, COCs, DSG, EE
25  2008 Which contraception for women with epilepsy? AEDs, COCs, EI, IUS, MPA
26  2005 Maintenance of ovulation inhibition with the 75-microg desogestrel-only contraceptive pill (Cerazette) after scheduled 12-h delays in tablet intake. ---
27  2002 Progestogen-only pills (POPs) and body weight. ---
28  2002 Progestogen-only pills (POPs) and body weight. ---
29  2002 The effects of two progestogen-only pills containing either desogestrel (75 microg/day) or levonorgestrel (30 microg/day) on lipid metabolism. SHBG
30  1995 POPs less widely used. IPPF, USAID
31  1995 Progestin-only pill use and pill switching during breastfeeding. ---