More facts about Generic Yasmin (Drospirenone 3mg/0.03 mg):
Medication guide Generic Yasmin (Drospirenone 3mg/0.03 mg):
When is Yasmin used?
Yasmin is an oral medication that is primarily used for prevention of pregnancies. It contains a combination of hormones which have been chosen for their ability to prevent ovulation and also for their ability to make it almost impossible for the fertilization of the egg to occur. This is achieved by changing the lining in the uterus and cervix, making them unsuitable environment for sperm and the egg. Furthermore, Yasmin is also used for treatment of moderate acne in women who are over 14 and who have started to menstruate and who also want to prevent pregnancies by using this birth control pill. Some doctors also prescribe v to women who have premenstrual dysphoric disorder which causes symptoms like anxiety, irritability, depression, lack of energy, troubles concentrating, breast tenderness, appetite or sleep changes, headaches, weight gain and joint and muscle pains. Still, Yasmin is primarily a birth control pill and it is its primary use.
Prior to taking Yasmin
With the advent of online pharmacies, it has become possible to obtain prescription drugs like Yasmin without prescription. This can be quite useful, but it can also be dangerous for people who think that this means they do not need to talk to their physicians before they start taking said drugs. You should always discuss using any prescription drugs with a doctor, even if you do not require a prescription. In case or Yasmin, there is more than one reason for this. First of all, you need to remember that some people should not be using Yasmin at all as it might put their health and even their lives at danger. These people suffer from one of the following conditions: allergy to ethinyl estradiol or drospirenone, heart valve disorders, kidney or liver disease, unusual vaginal bleeding, history of circulation issues, blood clot or stroke, uncontrolled hypertension, migraines, history of contraceptives-caused jaundice, any kind of hormone-dependent cancer. You will also need to inform your physician in case you are suffering from any of the following: liver cancer, diabetes, heart disease, gallbladder disease, hypertension, high cholesterol, epilepsy, history of uterine or breast cancer, depression or irregular cycles. Yasmin must not be used by pregnant women as it will cause birth defects in the fetus.
Using Yasmin properly
Birth control pills need to be taken exactly as prescribed and Yasmin is no different. Only when you take it properly can you be sure that it is going to work as a birth control method. If you skip doses or if you change yoru dosages without talking to yoru doctor, you are compromising the efficacy of the pill and you might become pregnant even if you are taking it. When you see that your Yasmin pills are getting low, get a refill before the previous one runs out. It is possible that you might be recommended to employ an additional contraceptive in the beginning and you should do so. Also, it is not impossible that you will experience breakthrough bleeding at first. However, if the bleedings continue to occur after three months have passed, do contact yoru physician. Yoru doctor will want to see you regularly once you start using Yasmin and you should go for those checkups regularly. Keep in mind that using v may lead to increased levels of potassium in the body. If you are suffering from any other condition that might do the same, make sure your doctor is aware of this. These conditions include such as: adrenal gland disorders, kidney and liver disease.
Side effects of Yasmin
Yasmin has the potential for causing certain side effects n certain women. This depends on your constitution, whether you are taking Yasmin properly and how well your body responds to the regimen. Milder side effects of include: vaginal itching and/or discharge, changes to your menstrual cycle, tenderness, swelling and pain in the breasts, issues with your contact lenses, swelling of the feet and hands, changes in amount of hair, weight and appetite changes. More severe Yasmin side effects include: chest pains, migraines changing in intensity, jaundice, pain that spreads to one’s shoulder, confusion, balance, vision and speech issues, breast lumps, depression, sudden numbness/weakness, sweating. In case any of the latter appear, you need to talk to your physician at once and let them know about these serious side effects.
Yasmin interactions and overdose
Avoid taking any drugs concomitantly with Yasmin unless you clear them with your physician, thus avoiding any interactions. If you suspect an overdose on Yasmin, seek emergency medical help.
Yasmin is one of the most popular birth control pills in the world. It both prevents pregnancy, but it can also be used in treating moderate acne, as well as in treating a condition called premenstrual dysphoric disorder.
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