Medical Conditions and Injuries: Genitourinary: Oral Contraceptive Use
The effect of prior eccentric exercise on heavy-intensity cycling: the role of gender and oral contraceptives, 2014
Effect of long-term oral contraceptive use on determinants of endurance performance, 2013
BMD in elite female triathletes is related to isokinetic peak torque without any association to sex hormone concentrations, 2012
[Venous thromboembolism triggered by spinning in a young woman with thrombophilia], 2011
Effects of menstrual cycle, oral contraception, and training on exercise-induced changes in circulating DHEA-sulphate and testosterone in young women, 2009
Oral contraceptive phase has no effect on endurance test, 2008
Influence of gender, menstrual phase, and oral contraceptive use on immunological changes in response to prolonged cycling, 2005
Annual changes of bone density over 12 years in an amenorrheic athlete, 2004
Effects of oral contraceptives on glucose flux and substrate oxidation rates during rest and exercise, 2003
[Hemodynamics and ergometric performance modified by low dosage oral contraceptives], 1996
Oral contraceptives and fibrinolysis among female cyclists before and after exercise, 1982
[Exercise ECG and serum enzymes in women using oral contraceptives], 1980
Oral contraceptives and exercise, 1980
Adjustments of circulation including blood pressure to orthostatic reaction and physical exercise during application of a low estrogen dose steroid oral contraceptive, 1979