More facts about Generic Levlen (Levonorgestrel and Ethinyl Estradiol 0.03/0.15 mg):
Generic Levlen (Levonorgestrel and Ethinyl Estradiol 0.03/0.15 mg) guide:
What type of medication is Levlen?
Levlen is an oral drug which is a combination of levonorgestrel and ethinyl estradiol. It is a birth control pill which prevents pregnancy by both preventing the ovulation from happening and also by altering the uterine lining which as a result makes it more difficult for the sperm to find its way to the uterus, while also making it more difficult for a potentially fertilized egg to attach to the lining of the uterus. If you use Levlen properly, you are doing most for preventing pregnancy. It has to be noted that Levlen will not prevent any sexually transmitted diseases from being transmitted to or by you.
Before taking Levlen
These days, you may find Levlen no prescription, meaning that you do not require a proper prescription, in turn meaning that you are not required to talk to your doctor. However, this is still very important and a step that you must not skip if you wish to be safe when using Levlen. For example, there are a number of different medical condition that might either be affected by your taking of Levlen o that might affect the way in which your body responds to Levlen. It is therefore necessary to share your medical history with your physician and let them decide if you should start taking Levlen. These conditions include: circulation problems(from diabetes for example), abnormal vaginal bleeding, severe high blood pressure, heart valve disorders, hormone-related cancer, liver disease, liver cancer, severe migraines, history of strokes, blood clots or jaundice which was caused by taking birth control pills. Also, if you are breastfeeding, you should not take Levlen as it will pass into milk and harm the baby.
In addition these, there are some medical conditions that require further consultations with your doctor, but that do not mean that you will not be able to take Levlen like it was case with the aforementioned ones. These conditions include: diabetes, varicose veins, uterine fibroid tumors, seizure disorders, gallbladder disease, tuberculosis, hypertension, congestive heart failure, history of depression, high cholesterol, angina, heart disease, history of abnormal mammograms, fibrocystic breast disease, nodules, lumps in your breasts, or heart attack.
Taking Levlen properly
Like with all birth control pills, you need to be very careful when taking Levlen. The reason for this is that any deviations from the prescribed regimen significantly reduce the efficiency of the Levlen regimen and make it more possible for you to get pregnant. Also, remember never to take more Levlen or less Levlen than prescribed. Once you start taking Levlen for the first time, your doctor might recommend that you also include condoms or other contraceptive methods for a while. You might experience breakthrough bleeding in the first 3 months of using Levlen. If it is extremely heavy or if it continues, talk to your doctor about it. In case you go for any medical testing or any surgery, you should inform the doctor or the staff doing the tests that you are taking Levlen. They might need you to stop using the pills for a while prior to scheduled procedures. If you have any questions about how to properly use Levlen or if you happen to miss a dosage, do not hesitate to talk to a pharmacist or your doctor.
Levlen side effects
In most cases, Levlen will not cause any side effects. In case it does, these side effects will most likely be only minor ones such as: nervousness, vaginal itching and/or discharge, dizziness, headaches, breast pains, swelling or tenderness, tiredness, weight or appetite changes, issues with your contact lenses, decreased sexual desire, mild nausea, increased hair growth, stomach cramps, bloating, freckles and vomiting. More serious side effects caused by Levlen are extremely rare and these include: swelling of the extremities, change in severity or pattern of your migraine headaches, chest pains, jaundice, sweating, dark urine, depression, mood changes, issues with your speech, balance or vision, sudden headaches, sudden weakness, confusion, pains spreading to your shoulder. If any of these occur to you, make sure you talk to your physician as soon as possible.
Using Levlen with other drugs
You must never use Levlen and any other medications concomitantly without discussing this with a physician or a pharmacist. The reason for this is that you might suffer from interactions between Levlen and these drugs, which might result in adverse effects to your health. The drugs that interact with Levlen include: HIV medications, antibiotics, seizure medications, cyclosporine, barbiturates, acetaminophen, theophylline, St’ john’s wort and prednisolone, just to name a few.
With Levlen, you are getting a birth control pill that is going to prevent you from getting pregnant with a rate of success close to 100%, of course, if you take the medication as it was prescribed to you.
Our doctor prescribes Levonorgestrel and Ethinyl Estradiol online for free, and there is no doctor’s consultation fee.
All orders of Levonorgestrel and Ethinyl Estradiol arrive in discrete unmarked parcels. We leave the shipment description blank.