Is the Vagina an Adequate Route for the Administration of Hormonal Contraceptives?
Keywords: Acceptability; Cmax; Css; Css min; Different Contraceptive Pills; Half-life; NuvaRing®; Tmax (h); cervical cancer; cervical ectopia; combined hormonal contraception; contracep-tion; contraceptive efficacy; cycle control; ethinylestradiol; etonogestrel interactions; gestagens; lability; menstrual cycle; oestrogens; pharmacology; tolerability; urogenital tract; vaginal ring; vaginal route
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: December 1, 2010
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