Yasmin

Yasmin
Yasmin is a combination birth control medication with two active components – estrogen (ethinyl estradiol) and specific progestin (drospirenone). This preparation is prescribed to prevent pregnancy. The drug works by inhibiting ovulation (it prevents an ovary from producing an egg) as well as causing specific changes in the cervical mucus and endometrium.
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What is Yasmin?
Yasmin is a medication that falls into the group of female birth control drugs. Yasmin works by preventing ovulation from occurring and causes certain changes in the uterus lining. Thus, it is difficult for the egg to get attached to the uterus. The medication is sometimes prescribed for the acne and irregular menstrual cycle treatment.

What are the indications for using Yasmin?
Females most often consume Yasmin in such cases:
  • Birth control. The pills of Yasmin are effective in preventing ovulation in women of different ages.
  • Acne. Females starting at the age of 14 and who have started menstruating can be prescribed Yasmin in the treatment of acne.
Yasmin can be prescribed for other uses, including regulation of the menstrual cycle, but such consumption should be agreed upon with your medical professional.

What is the dosage of Yasmin?
It is recommended to regulate consumption of Yasmin with the medical specialist, as there are different ways to take it. The first suggestion is starting to take one yellow pill of Yasmin on the first day of the menstrual cycle and continue taking them for 21 days. Afterward, in the days 22-28, the white pill should be consumed. The drug should be taken preferably at one time every single day. The second way to start taking Yasmin is called Sunday Start, as the first Yasmin pill should be consumed on the first Sunday after the start of the menstrual period. The principle is the same as in the first option, 21 days – yellow tablet, days 22-28 – white tablet.

What are the contraindications for using Yasmin?
The medication should not be consumed by pregnant women or those who have recently given birth to a baby. Other contraindications for using Yasmin include cardiovascular disorders, uncontrolled high blood pressure, severe migraines, blood-clotting disorder, liver disease of any kind, and circulation problems. Any other conditions or medications that you’re taking should be mentioned to the medical specialist to avoid any complications and dangerous interactions with other drugs.

What are the adverse effects of Yasmin?
Besides allergic reactions, which can manifest in skin rash, swelling in the face or body, hives or any other individual reactions, some people can experience adverse effects associated with Yasmin consumption. These adverse effects may include sudden headaches, nausea, numbness, dark urine, fever, confusion, vision problems, and other similar reactions, which require immediate medical attention.