Birth Control

9,560 members with Birth Control

Birth control medications are drugs that prevent or reduce the likelihood of pregnancy. Most birth control medications work by acting on the hormonal system - reducing the likelihood of ovulation and/or implantation. These drugs may also be used in different ways - most commonly as a pill, but sometimes as injections, as vaginal implants or as patches that deliver medication through the skin.

Top Medications used by MediGuard members with this condition:

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Name Patients Severity
Etonogestrel 11% Moderate
Levonorgestrel 10% Moderate
Nuvaring 9% Moderate
Seasonale 9% Moderate
Ortho TRI-Cyclen 9% Moderate
Modicon 8% Moderate
Yaz 8% Moderate
Ortho-Cept 8% Moderate
Ortho-Novum 1 / 50 7% Moderate
Aygestin 7% Moderate
Norethindrone / Ethinyl Estradiol / Ferrous Fumarate 6% Moderate
Ethinyl Estradiol with Norgestrel 5% Moderate
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