Tuesday , October 17 2017

Alesse

Generic Name: ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel (ETH in ill ess tra DYE ol and LEE vo nor JESS trel)

 

Brand Names: Alesse, Altavera, Amethyst, Aviane, Enpresse, Lessina, Levlen, Levora, Lutera, Lybrel, Nordette, Orsythia, Portia, Sronyx, Tri-Levlen, Triphasil-21, Triphasil-28, Trivora-28

 

Dosage: 0.18mg

 

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What Is This Drug And How Is It Going To Help Your Condition To Improve?

 

Alesse (ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel) is a mixture of female hormones that are able to stop ovulation (the releasing of specific female hormones that stop ovulation/releasing of an egg from the ovaries). Alesse can cause changes within the cervical mucus and uterine lining. This is going to make it tougher for sperm to get to the uterus and much harder for an egg that’s been fertilized to attach itself to the uterus. There are other uses for this medication that aren’t mentioned here.

 

What are some of the potential minor side effects you put yourself at risk for if you decide to use this medicational treatment?

 

 Mild nausea (especially when you first start taking this medicine)

 Vomiting

 Bloating

 Stomach cramps

 Breast tenderness or swelling, nipple discharge

 Freckles or darkening of facial skin

 Increased hair growth

 Loss of scalp hair

 Changes in weight or appetite

 Problems with contact lenses

 Vaginal itching or discharge

 Changes in your menstrual periods

 Decreased sex drive

 

Is there every a time when using this medication isn’t preferred or when you should stay away from using it altogether?

 

If your goal is to minimize the possibility that you’ll get pregnant, then using this drug will help you. However, you will want to stay away from using Alesse if you are at the moment pregnant or if you have had a baby recently. You only want to be using it when you aren’t pregnant, have had enough time to recover from having a baby, and a medical professional has deemed it okay for you to do so after the fact.

 

Is Alesse is medication that’s going to work well by itself, meaning if you use it you won’t have to worry about using any other form of prevention?

 

No birth control is one hundred percent guaranteed to work. What they can do is minimize the possibility. If you do plan on using Alesse, then what you want to do in accordance with it is make sure you have a good back up option. You would still want your spouse to use a condom or an effective spermicide, especially when you first start using the drug or if you find that you missed a dose. Following a doctor’s instructions for use is also going to be key.

 

Is there anything you can do while using this drug that can actually cause it to not work as well, meaning decrease the effectiveness of it?

 

If you are using certain medications while on Alesse, then there is a chance they can cause it to not work as well as it should. Some of these medications would include antibiotics hepatitis C medications, HIV/AIDS medications, seizure medications, or barbiturate sedatives. If you’re using any of these drugs, then you’ll want to make sure you let a doctor know in advance so the proper steps can be taken.

 

What is the best period of time to wait after you have had a baby in order to start taking this medication again and be safe about it?

 

If you’ve recently had a baby, then the best period of time to wait before you start to use it again would be about 4 weeks. This is actually longer than what a doctor might tell you, but it ensures you aren’t taking any risks.

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