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 When were birth control pills approved by the FDA?

Answer In 1957, the FDA approved the use of an oral contraceptive called Enovid to treat severe menstrual disorders. It was not until 1960 that the FDA approved Enovid for sale as a birth control pill.Sou... Read More »
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Differences in Birth Control Pills & Pills for Menopause?

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How to Use Birth Control Pills & Morning After Pills?

Birth control pills use hormones to prevent pregnancy by stopping the release of an ovum and keeping the sperm from getting through the cervix. They also keep the ovum from making it down the fallo... Read More »
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List of Birth Control Pills That Help Control Acne?

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If you become pregnant while on birth control pills but are unaware that you are pregnant will continuing to take the pills harm the developing fetus in any way?

Answer Yes - you should do whatever you have to in order to find out for sure if you're pregnant, and stop immediately as soon you know are.
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