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A key but less well-known action of the female contraceptive pill is to thicken the cervical mucus and prevent sperm migration.
This week, a new female contraceptive pill was unveiled that you take continually so you don't have periods.
It was in January of this year that the millionth Morris Minor rolled off the production line and the first female contraceptive pill went on the market.
Unlike the female contraceptive pill or similar implants, the male version has been found to produce no side-effects, such as weight gain.
Some of the UK's first female contraceptive pills were developed there when it was still under the banner of Organon in the 1960s.