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☆Funding: The Edinburgh & Lothians Health Foundation provided funding for this study. In addition, a research grant was provided by HRA Pharma which enabled LM to be funded as a clinical research fellow at The University of Edinburgh. This grant was independent and unrestricted; not specified to fund any particular research projects.
☆☆Conflict of interests: Both STC and AG, currently and in the past, have received research support from and undertaken consultancies for pharmaceutical companies working to develop emergency contraception.
★Clinical Trial Registration Number: NCT01738971