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Jan
2011

Menstrual cycle patterns and concerns and oral contraceptive use in the combat environment were examined in Caucasian, Asian, Hispanic, and African American women to guide the development of educational resources for women soldiers. An anonymous, questionnaire was completed by 455 U.S.

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Jan
2011

increasing numbers of women are deployed to austere settings in which menstruation may impose logistical challenges. Minimal data exists about the use of oral contraceptive pills (OCPs) for menstrual suppression in this population. Post-deployment survey was undertaken to establish prevalence of continuous OCP use, perceived barriers, and associations with menstrual burden in a military population within the austere environment.

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Nov
2009

Increasing numbers of women perform aviation duties in the combat flight environment. Oral contraceptive pills (OCPs) afford numerous health and operational benefits, including prevention of anemia and suddenly incapacitating conditions, as well as menstrual suppression when taken continuously. Until now, the use of OCPs in the combat flight environment has not been examined.

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Nov
2006

This study examines the extent to which discharges from Initial Entry Training can be adequately characterized by the current policy of a single descriptive category.
Service records of each trainee discharged from Fort Leonard Wood in 2003 were examined. Discharged trainee's counseling and outpatient clinic visit records were reviewed for evidence of multiple reasons for discharge.

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