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Given answer is Ovulation...why it can't be preventing implantation
- Hormonal contraceptives involve the use of estrogen and progestin analogs to prevent pregnancy.
- The contraceptive effect is mediated by negative feedback at the hypothalamus, ultimately leading to reduced pituitary follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH) secretion.
- Without an LH surge, ovulation does not occur.
- Progestin also makes implantation less likely, as it causes a thickening of cervical mucus, a decrease in tubal motility, and the inhibition of endometrial proliferation.
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