Author: sipre

UPA and LNG in emergency contraception: the information by EMA and the scientific evidences indicate a prevalent anti-implantation effect Article published in "The European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care"

Rationale and objectives: Emergency contraceptives pills (ECPs) are described as drugs that work by either inhibiting or delaying ovulation without affecting implantation. In our opinion, as we aim at demonstrating, both EMA documents and the experimental papers indicate that … [continua]

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ellaOne® in Emergency Contraception Position Paper 2019 on the Action Mechanism and risks for woman health

Read the Position Paper(1)

Go to the SIPRe Position Paper SLIDES(1)

(1) updated October 2017

Italian Laws direct conscientious birth control to the safeguarding of the health of both the woman and the offspring since fertilization. This is the article … [continua]

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WHO data on morning after pill is wrong Dr. Mozzanega interview with Malta Times and the press conference given by Life Network Foundation Malta's chairman Dr. Miriam Sciberras, Health Scientist Jean Pierre Fava, and guest speaker Dr. Bruno Mozzanega, on the 19th of January 2017

From last January 18th and 20th, dott. Bruno Mozzanega has been invited in Malta to explain the mechanism of action of emergency contraceptives. The drugs have been made freely available without prescription at the Chemist’s.
As Malta Laws do protect … [continua]

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Does really ellaOne delay ovulation?

To understand, we must answer a very simple question.

We all know that the pre-ovulatory day is the most fertile day of the cycle: the one in which most intercourse do occur, leading to most fertilizations.  If a woman

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