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CONTRACEPTION IN PATIENTS WITH OBESITY

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Abstract

The article presents modern possibilities of the use of hormonal contraceptives in the form of combined estrogen-gestagenic agents, of gestagenic contraceptives, intrauterine equipment, implants and adhesive bandages. Discussedmainissuesof efficiency, safety and acceptability of the use of these funds in the high-risk group for the development of complications.

About the Authors

I. O. Makarov
GBOU VPO “First Moscow state medical university named after I.M. Sechenov” of Ministry of Healthcare of Russia
Russian Federation


E. I. Borovkova
GBOU VPO “First Moscow state medical university named after I.M. Sechenov” of Ministry of Healthcare of Russia
Russian Federation


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Makarov I.O., Borovkova E.I. CONTRACEPTION IN PATIENTS WITH OBESITY. Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproduction. 2013;7(1):36-40. (In Russ.)

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