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Quasense Birth Control Pills

A large clinical study has shown Quasense™ (levonorgestrel/ethinyl estradiol) to be a very effective method of contraception. Unlike traditional birth control pills, Quasense is an "extended-cycle" contraceptive. This means that women who take it will have less frequent menstrual periods. Most women taking this product will have a menstrual period only once every three months (four periods per year).
 
Each pack of Quasense contains 91 pills. One pill is taken each day, and the pills should be taken in order. You will start a new pack right away after you finish your current one. Do not take a break between packs. You will probably get your period during the last seven days of the pack.
 
(To learn more about these birth control pills, including possible side effects and what to do if you miss a dose, click Quasense.)
 

Quasense Birth Control Pills

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