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Next, send a notice to the Department of Labor’s National Processing Center that explains your request for an extension.

If this happens to you, speak to your doctor who may be able to tailor your regime to help. Progestogens are important, and changing from the recommended licensed regime may significantly increase the short-term risk of irregular bleeding or the long-term risk of developing endometrial cancer.

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Does the analysis go beyond data collection questions? Does the analysis report patterns that don’t simply translate from the questions participants were asked? In general, patterns should not map directly from data collection questions. Rivas, C. (2018). Finding themes in qualitative data. In C. Seale (Ed.), Researching society and culture, 4 th ed. (pp. 429-453). Sage. Qualitative researchers often use expressions like ‘a common theme…’, ‘in a majority of the texts analysed…’, or ‘many participants commented that…’ when reporting TA. But wouldn’t it be better to use expressions like ‘25/34 participants…’ or ‘45% of the texts…’? Although occasionally reporting percentages or frequencies is useful, in general we argue no, it not better to report percentages or frequencies. As the reason for this stance isn’t necessarily obvious, and can be a big issue, especially as those outside a qualitative paradigm often think that indicating the actual number of participants/data items or proportion of the dataset reporting a theme provides more robust evidence and validity for a qualitative analysis, we will explain our position.Continuous combined HRT – So-called because the two hormones (oestrogen and progestogen) are taken together, daily. This approach results in no bleeding.

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