whether antibiotics reduce the efficacy of oral contraceptives
Here's the latest on whether antibiotics reduce the efficacy of oral contraceptives.
Some of these interactions are more significant than others.
Rifampin and griseofulvin are the most important.
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- whether antibiotics reduce the efficacy of oral contraceptives
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