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Dec
1969

Healthcare professionals have a responsibility to help each woman select the most appropriate hormonal contraceptive according to her personal preferences, needs and circumstances.
To assess attitudes, awareness, compliance and preferences of hormonal contraceptive users.
A cross-sectional survey conducted through self-administered, online questionnaires.
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