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Lutera (28) oral     227 User Reviews
Sronyx oral     193 User Reviews
Cryselle (28) oral     170 User Reviews
Aviane oral     157 User Reviews
Jolessa oral     137 User Reviews
Quasense oral     118 User Reviews
Trivora (28) oral     94 User Reviews
Low-Ogestrel (28) oral     92 User Reviews
Enpresse oral     92 User Reviews
Levora-28 oral     72 User Reviews
Levora 0.15/30 (28) oral     63 User Reviews
Portia oral     61 User Reviews
Orsythia oral     55 User Reviews
Chateal oral     53 User Reviews
Plan B One-Step oral     48 User Reviews
Aubra oral     45 User Reviews
Lessina oral     35 User Reviews
Introvale oral     31 User Reviews
Falmina (28) oral     28 User Reviews
Altavera (28) oral     26 User Reviews
Amethyst oral     23 User Reviews
Myzilra oral     13 User Reviews
norgestrel-ethinyl estradiol oral     9 User Reviews
levonorgestrel-ethinyl estradiol oral     7 User Reviews
Kurvelo oral     7 User Reviews
Ogestrel (28) oral     6 User Reviews
Marlissa oral     4 User Reviews
Ella oral     3 User Reviews
Next Choice One Dose oral     3 User Reviews
Take Action oral     3 User Reviews
l.norgest-eth.estradiol triphasic oral     2 User Reviews
Levonest (28) oral     1 User Reviews
Elinest oral     1 User Reviews
Aftera oral     1 User Reviews
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