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LILETTA is a small, flexible, plastic, T-shaped device that, when inserted into the uterus, slowly releases 52 mg of a progestin hormone called levonorgestrel. This is the same kind of hormone that is often used in birth control pills. Only a small amount of levonorgestrel enters your bloodstream. LILETTA does not contain estrogen.
Can I still become pregnant after the Minerva procedure?
How will I feel after the Minerva procedure?
Does the Minerva treatment require anesthesia?
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