Minovlar ED combined monophasic contraceptive pills, 1970.

Made:
1970 in Germany
maker:
Schering AG

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Combined monophasic contraceptive pills, "Minovlar ED", 2 wallets each with pill packet and instruction booklet, 1970

There are two packets of this combined monophasic contraceptive pill, "Minovlar ED". Each packet contains 28 pills and is inside a wallet with an instruction booklet. The pills were to be taken daily and the packets are printed with the days of the week to make it easier to remember to take the pill. They were produced by Schering AG in Germany.

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Category:
Obstetrics, Gynaecology & Contraception
Object Number:
1986-248/19
type:
contraceptive pills, contraceptive pills, contraception, minovlar ed, combined, contraception, contraceptive pills, monophasic
credit:
Donated by the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, Contemporary Medical Archive Centre
status:
Permanent collection

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