Effects of Contraception on Subsequent Fertility

March 2004
Fertility Weekly;3/1/2004, p1
Academic Journal
Discusses the study "Is previous use of hormonal contraception associated with a detrimental effect on subsequent fecundity?," by M.A.M. Hassan and S.R. Killick, which was published in the February 2004 issue of "Human Reproduction".


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