Expanding Contraceptive Choices for Women: The Vaginal pH Modulator

This activity is supported by an independent educational grant from Evofem Biosciences.


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Vaginal pH modulators (VPMs) add a new class of contraception that is now available in the United States. This method is nonhormonal, woman-controlled, and coitally dependent—and has the potential to increase overall contraceptive use and potentially reduce unintended pregnancy rates.

This CME supplement to OBG Management focuses on VPMs, their attributes, and the methodology surrounding the determination of contraceptive effectiveness.

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