Cerazette 0.075 mg (Desogestrel)
Buy Cerazette 0.075mg (Desogestrel), Desogestrel also sold under the name Cerazette is a contraceptive pill used to prevent pregnancy. It is sometimes known simply as the pill or mini-pill. The main ingredient of this pill is the female s** hormone progestogen desogestrel. Hence it is also called as a progestogen-only-pill or POP and is especially suited for those women who have estrogen intolerance which
What is Desogestrel?
Desogestrel also sold under the name Cerazette is a contraceptive pill used to prevent pregnancy. It is sometimes known simply as the pill or mini-pill. The main ingredient of this pill is the female s** hormone progestogen desogestrel. Hence it is also called as a progestogen-only-pill or POP and is especially suited for those women who have estrogen intolerance which is an active ingredient in combined contraceptive pills and for those who are breastfeeding. The main benefit of POP is to prevent unwanted pregnancy. But sometimes, your doctor may give you this medicine to treat some other condition.
Most POPs or mini pills function essentially by preventing the male sperms to reach the womb but they don?t always stop the female egg from fertilizing which is how the combined hormones contraceptive pills work. Desogestrel distinguishes itself from other mini pills in preventing the female egg cell from fertilizing making it a highly potent contraceptive.
Desogestrel is a type of progestetrone used to prevent pregnancy especially in women not able to tolerate estrogens or are breast feeding.
How it works
Desogestrel is a type of the progestogen, a female s** hormone, and acts by preventing the egg cell from ripening.
Common side effects
- Breast pain
- Breast secretion or leakage
- Difficulties in wearing contact lenses
- Mood changes
- Ovarian cysts
- Decreased s**ual driveWeight increase
- Painful periods
- Painful blue-red skin lumps
- Infection of the vagina
- Irregular or no periods
- Hair loss
Important Information about Desogestrel
Desogestrel shouldn?t be taken if you have certain pre-existing medical conditions like extreme liver problems jaundice, current thrombosis, unusual vaginal bleeding, blood disorder called acute porphyria, or a current thrombosis. Prior to starting desogestrel pills, notify your doctor or pharmacist about your medical history, especially if you have had breast or liver cancer, coronary heart disease, deep vein thrombosis, blood clot in lungs known as pulmonary embolism, ectopic pregnancy in the past, previous epilepsy, previous jaundice, tuberculosis, or cholasma (yellowish brown patches on the skin, particularly on the face). Some desogestrel medication may contain lactose (milk sugar) so it may not suit you if you are lactose intolerant.
Desogestrel is not safe If you are planning a child. It is advisable to limit the usage of this pill when you are pregnant and must consult a doctor necessarily to ensure if it?s safe or not to take it. This pill is however safe to take while breast feeding but limit the usage. Again your doctor?s directions override every other details or advices.
How do and how often I take Desogesterol?
Take desogestrel pills as advised by your doctor. Normal intake is one desogestrel pill via the oral route everyday at the same time. Swallow the whole pill with water. Remember to maintain the schedule of taking one pill at the same time as timing is everything. Certain medical condition as mentioned above may require an adjustment in the dosage as directed by your doctor. Again, dosage is based on your age, response to treatment and other factors like use of some interacting medications. Also read careful instructions or ask your doctor or pharmacist if you miss one or more doses.
What are the doses instructions?
If you miss a dose and it?s less than 12 hours past your normal pill time, take one immediately and continue with the normal schedule. You will be safe. However if it?s more than 12 hours late, you may not be completely protected against pregnancy. You can still take a pill but you may need a backup birth control method like condoms for the next seven days. The more tablets you missed, the higher the risk of pregnancy.
There have been no reports of life threatening or serious medical conditions due to desogestrel overdose. Symptoms which might occur due to overdose are nausea, vomiting, light vaginal bleeding. Get medical help if necessary.
Interaction with other drugs
Your doctor might already be aware of your medical history and let him know if not. Don?t commence, stop or alter the course of any medications without the advice of your doctor. Desogestrel may react with the following drugs: anti-seizure medications like carbamazepine, phenytoin and primidone; antibiotics like rifampicin or rifabutin; anti-virals like ritonavir; anti-fungals like griseofulvin; Medical charcoal used for stomach upsets, or antidepressants like St John?s Wort.
The above details are non exhaustive and there can be other interactions as well. Always consult your doctor and his/her directions and remember that they override on everything.
Q: Is desogestrel androgenic/a progestin/ a combined pill?
A: Desogestrel is a new, potent progestogen with very low androgenic properties. It is not a combined pill; it is a progestogen-only-pill.
Q: How does desogestrel work/ stop ovulation?
A: Desogestrel as a contraceptive, acts by preventing the egg cell from ripening and thus stops ovulation.
Q: Is desogestrel safe/ dangerous/cause weight gain/ stop periods/ cause hair loss/ cause blood clots?
A: Desogestrel is safe in most women, if taken strictly at recommended dosage and duration. Common side effects of desogestrel include: weight gain, irregular or no periods, hair loss. Blood clot is a rare side effect of desogestrel.
Q: Is desogestrel safe for breastfeeding?
A: Desogestrel does not have any effect on the growth and development of breastfed baby. It can be used in breastfeeding women only under doctor?s supervision.
Q: Is desogestrel good for acne/help acne/cause acne?
A: Acne is a common side effect of desogestrel.
Q: What is desogestrel and ethinyl estradiol/does desogestrel contain estrogen/ how does desogestrel and ethinyl estradiol work?
A: Desogestrel/ethinyl estradiol is a combination progesterone and estrogen birth control pill. It works by preventing ovulation, change the cervical mucus to prevent the sperm from reaching the egg and change the lining of the uterus to prevent a fertilized egg from implanting in the uterus.
Q: Is desogestrel the same as cerazette/ same as feanolla?
A: Cerazette and feanolla are brand names for desogestrel.
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