Oral contraceptive pills are birth control pills which contain synthetic hormones to prevent pregnancy. In certain cases, these pills are often prescribed for menstrual problems and acne. However, it is always advisable to consult your doctor on how to use oral contraceptive pills.
Oral contraceptive pills are usually given in a regular pattern of 21 days of active pills followed by 7 days of placebo. In the recent years, new pills with shorter placebo time and more active pills are being used.
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