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The Contraceptive Pill: Do I Need To Take The Break?
27th February 2019

The Contraceptive Pill: Do I Need To Take The Break?

In light of the recent news regarding the contraceptive pill, Consultant Gynaecologist Narendra Pisal outlines how he advises his patients at London Gynaecology when it...

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The Seven Day Break
31st January 2019

The Seven Day Break

Taking the pill is currently the most popular method of birth control in the UK, with 41% of women taking it according to healthcare and...

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24th October 2017

What’s Stopping Your Contraceptive Pill From Working

It’s not just antibiotics that stop the pill from working, Mr Pisal talks to SheerLuxe about 10 things that reduce the efficacy of the contraceptive...

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