Yasmin tablets are used to establish a reliable contraception provided that they are taken in accordance with the strict daily regimen. The mode of action is based on the impact of ethinyl estradiol and drospirenone – synthetic compounds substituting naturally produced hormones. Similarly to other hormonal contraceptives, Yasmin should be taken with great care: patients with hyperkalemia or with the history of breast cancer must avoid using the pills. Any side effects potentially indicating hormonal changes because of endocrine modulation should be instantly reported. However, the frequency of adverse reactions associating with the pills does not exceed the low-end threshold.
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- Product Description
- Safety Information
- Side Effects
Yasmin belongs to the group of hormone-containing medicines used to prevent unwanted pregnancy. The drug’s composition includes two synthesized hormones providing a direct impact on the female reproductive system that results in creating specific conditions that make ovulation impossible.
The cooperative action of these hormones creates conditions that thicken the vaginal fluids, keeping sperm from gaining access to the egg.
This combined synthetic medicine also has a generally favorable impact on the frequency of menstrual cycles, making your periods more regular and reducing the risk of development of ovarian cysts.
How to take
Do NOT change the dose without the therapist’s approval.
Do NOT use the pharmaceutical agent throughout childbearing. If you started taking it in the early stages of pregnancy before it has been diagnosed, you should discontinue the treatment regimen.
Do NOT alter the therapy schedule. The appropriately organized strategy that should be chosen when you miss the dose must be determined depending on the exact day of the monthly period. The detailed instruction on dealing with missed dose and overdose is provided in the product leaflet.
If the provided prescription information seems confusing or does not provide a solution to your problem, contact your medical advisor for clarification.
In the event of an intercourse that happens in the time interval not covered by the dose of the medication, you need to apply other preventive methods. Seek the advice of your physician to determine what exact method is the most convenient.
The mode of action of the active agents may be intersected by some medicinal agents, such as rifamycins, leading to a reduced hormonal release. Reduction in the drug efficiency may not be enough to prevent pregnancy despite the unchanged administration schedule.
The risks of blood clot formation, as well as the probability of heart seizure, may grow higher over the matter of taking the medication. Because these risks are also related to smoking, the drug should not be taken by smoking women.
Taking the pills do not provide a protective influence against viral and bacterial diseases. To protect yourself against contagious diseases, you have to apply other safeguarding measures.
Most patients do not suffer from severe side effects when taking the medication; nonetheless, if you think that the worsening of your health may be in any way connected with your therapy, contact your therapists for further consultations.
- Less serious effects may manifest in a form of moderate body weight changes, headache, and irregularity of your periods.
- Less frequently observed but more severe adverse reactions include vomiting, tiredness, irregular heartbeat and muscle weakness, minor changes of vision, etc.
- Adverse reactions associated with oncological problems or eye disorders are rare.
- Serious reactions resulting in problems with the formation of blood clots are seldom when taking the drug as specified in the prescription information.
The level of manifestation of the majority of side effects may be reduced with the help of the physician. Some side effects require no medical assistance and disappear when your body adjusts to the extra hormonal flux introduced by the drug.
However, the safeguard measures should be taken into consideration. Your therapist should be notified in case you feel worse.