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A contraceptive pill.
- ‘Other research topics included the effect of alcohol on unborn babies and side effects of the birth pill.’
- ‘She said she was on the birth pill, which is actually one of the safest and most effective forms of birth control.’
- ‘For example, some types of birth pills, as well as tablets for stomach acid and gas may contain lactose.’
- ‘There is no evidence of any differences between the different types of birth pill in practice however.’
- ‘When women are using the birth pills, they have shorter menstrual flow.’
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