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Generic Name : ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel
Other Brands : Alesse

Seasonale is the first FDA-approved birth control pill packaged and marketed as a way for women to skip periods. With Seasonale, women take hormone for 84 consecutive days, then hormone-free tablets for 7 days, resulting in one menstrual period every three months.

Seasonale may require prescription in your country.

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