Adepal® - Definition


Adepal® is an oral contraceptive taken in the form of pills and sold with a doctor's prescription. It contains progestin and estrogen, called a combined oral contraceptive. This particular pill is known as a minipill, meaning its dose of estrogen is light and biphasic, with a hormonal composition that varies through the course including two different doses. It is taken for 21 days, with a break of 7 days. Adepal® is one of the various 2nd generation pills available.
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