This is the contraceptive you should never use in your relationships, according to ISP

He contraceptive Marilow has been withdrawn from the market by the Institute of Public Health (ISP) due to a decrease in the potency of its active ingredients. The Recalcine laboratory, manufacturer of the drug, took the measure voluntarily and affects all current batches of the product. Failure of the drug specifications was identified by the laboratory during stability studies routinely performed to verify the quality of the products.

Faced with this situation, the ISP has recommended that people refrain from using the Marilow contraceptive and replace it with another of similar composition. It is important to consult with a doctor before switching to another contraceptive medication for proper advice.

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