LINDYNETTE 20mg. 21 tablets
The combined contraceptive pill, to which it relates and contain hormones that are like those produced by your body (estrogen and progestogen). These hormones protect you from pregnancy occurs, in the same way as your body produces hormones protect you from getting pregnant again when you are already pregnant.
LINDYNETTE 20mg. 21 tablets
The active substance is 75 micrograms gestodene and 20 micrograms ethinylestradiol in a coated tablet.
- Sodium calcium edetate
- Magnesium stearate
- Colloidal anhydrous silica
- Povidone K-30
- Lactose monohydrate
- D + C yellow № 10 E 104
- Povidone K-90
- Titanium dioxide (E 171)
- Macrogol 6000
- Calcium carbonate (E170)
Appearance of the tablets:
Pale yellow, round, biconvex coated tablets without inscriptions on both sides.
Packaging Data: Blister: PVC / PVDC / aluminium.
Blister: PVC / PVDC / alumrrrium in PETP / aluminium / PE bags
Packaging: 1x21 tablets; 3x21 tablets
YOU AND TABLET
How your body prepares for pregnancy occurs (menstrual cycle).
Typically, when you may experience pregnancy (conception) from the moment you start each month to have menstruation (usually happens during puberty) until the periods stop (menopause). Each menstrual cycle consisting of about 28 days. Around the middle of this period, one egg is released from one of your ovaries and falls within the so-called. Fallopian tube. This is called ovulation. The egg travels downward in the fallopian tube toward the uterus. When you have sex, the penis of your partner throw millions of sperm that fall into your vagina. Some of these sperm movement upward through the uterus and reach the fallopian tube. If one of the two fallopian tubes at this point is an egg and a sperm from the approach it may result in pregnancy. This is called conception (concept) So the fertilized egg attaches to the uterine lining and for nine months becomes ripe. If no fertilization occurs, you will lose the egg at the end of the menstrual cycle along with part of the uterine lining. This is called withdrawal bleeding (menstruation).
What is the role of natural hormones?
Your menstrual cycle is controlled by two sex hormones that are produced by your ovarian estrogen and progesterone (or called. Progestogen). Your level of estrogen increases during the first half of your menstrual cycle, leading While awaiting the swelling of the uterine lining, ie to its preparation for implantation if fertilization occurs. The action of the progesterone occurs in the later stages of the menstrual cycle you leading to changes in the uterine mucosa associated with forthcoming bremennost.Ako pregnancy does not occur, then the amount of these hormones will be less, which would lead to loss of the part of the uterine mucosa. As noted above dropping part of the uterine lining leaves your body at the onset of withdrawal bleeding. If pregnancy occurs, your ovaries and placenta (through her fetus attaches to the uterine wall and so receives nutrients) produce progesterone and estrogen to prevent further release of eggs. This means that while you are pregnant, your body does not occur ovulation and menstruation.
How do the tablets?
The combined contraceptive pill, to which it relates and contain hormones that are like those produced by your body (estrogen and progestogen). These hormones protect you from pregnancy occurs, in the same way as your body produces hormones protect you from getting pregnant again when you are already pregnant. The combined contraceptive pill protects you against pregnancy in three ways.
1. Prevent is the ability to release an egg to be fertilized by sperm.
2. The secret located in the cervix thickens, making it harder for sperm surmountable.
3. uterine lining does not swell enough to enable it to be implanted egg and growing.
WHAT LINDINET AND WHAT IT IS USED FOR?
Lindinet a contraceptive oral, representative of a group of medicines, often called "tablet". Lindinet contains two types of hormones: estrogen and progestogen. These hormones prevent the release of an egg from the ovary each month / ovulation /. They also lead to thickening of the mucus in the cervix making it hard to overcome a barrier to sperm can not reach the egg, but also alter the uterine lining, making it more refractory to the mature egg.
Medical studies and experience have shown that regular intake tablet is effective and reversible form of contraception. Remember, the combined contraceptive pill will not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases.
2. BEFORE YOU TAKE LINDINET
Do not take Lindinet:
You should not take Lindinet if you suffer from any of the conditions listed below. If you suffer from any of these conditions you should tell your doctor. Your doctor may decide that TriRegol is not suitable for you and advise you to use another method of kontratseptsiya.Uvedomete your doctor if:
• have had a disease that affects blood circulation known as thrombosis (eg. Blood clots in the blood vessels of the legs, lungs, heart, brain, eyes or in some other organs of your body);
• have suffered from a heart attack or angina (severe chest pain) or stroke (eg. Sudden occurrence of weakness or numbness on one side of your body);
• You or your close relatives have suffered from diseases that increase the risk for blood clots (see also the section 'The pill and thrombosis ");
• have diabetes with changes in the blood vessels;
• have or have ever had a vision;
• you have high blood pressure (hypertension);
• suffer or have suffered from liver disease;
• suffer or have suffered from cancer of the liver;
• suffer from breast cancer or other malignancies, such as ovarian cancer, cervical or uterine cancer;
• you have unusual vaginal bleeding;
• suffer or have suffered from migraine;
• you are allergic or allergic reaction to any component of TriRegol;
• are pregnant or think you might be pregnant.
If any of these occur while taking TriRegol arrows taking the tablets and tell your doctor immediately. In the meantime, use another method of contraception such as a condom or diaphragm with spermicide.
Special precautions in the use of Lindinet:
Periodic medical examinations
Before you start taking Lindinet, your doctor should do a detailed medical history, as you questions that concern you and your close relatives. Your doctor gtse measure your blood pressure and make sure that you are not pregnant. You can also examine you. Once you start taking Lindinet will meet again with your doctor for regular reviews. This will happen when you go back to your doctor to prescribe more tablets.
Tell your doctor if ...
get some of the following, while taking Lindinet. Also, do not take more tablets until you talk to your doctor. In the meantime, use another method of contraception such as a condom or diaphragm with spermicide.
• If you get a migraine for the first time or if the migraine, which deteriorate or suffer migraine attacks become more frequent than before.
• If you have symptoms of a blood clot. (See also the section 'The pill and thrombosis ").
These symptoms include:
o unusual pain or swelling in the legs;
o sudden severe pain in the chest which may reach your left hand; o sudden shortness of breath or difficulty breathing;
o sudden coughing for no apparent reason;
o abnormally heavy or prolonged headache; o sharp changes in the visual field (such as loss of vision or);
o slurred speech or other speech impediments;
o dizziness (vertigo);
o dizziness, fainting or fainting;
o sudden weakness or numbness on one side of your body;
o difficulties in movement (known as motor disturbances);
o severe pain in the abdomen (known as "acute abdomen").
• If you have had surgery or immobilization (you have not been able to move as usual). You should stop taking Lindinet at least four weeks before planned surgery (eg. Gastric surgery), or surgery of the lower limbs. Also, if you are immobilized for long periods of time (eg. If you come to bed after an accident or surgery, or have a plaster cast after a broken leg). Your doctor will tell you when you may receive Lindinet again.
• If you are pregnant.
Tell your doctor before taking Lindinet if ...
Did you suffer from any of the following conditions. In these cases, you should inform your doctor as these conditions may worsen while taking the tablets. If any of the following conditions worsen or appear for the first time, tell your doctor as soon as possible. Your doctor can make you stop taking Lindinet and advise you to use another method of contraception.
• If you or a member of your family suffer from increased levels of fats (lipids) in the blood called hypertriglyceridaemia, as this disorder may increase the risk of getting a disease of the pancreas, called pancreatitis.
• If you suffer from:
o high blood pressure (hypertension);
o yellowing of the skin (jaundice);
o itching of the whole body (pruritus);
o inherited disease called porphyria;
o systemic lupus erythematosus - SLE (an inflammatory disease that can affect many parts of the body including the skin, joints and internal organs);
o blood disease called haemolytic - uraemic syndrome - HUS (a condition where blood clots cause renal failure);
o movement disorders called Sydenham's chorea; o rash known as herpes of pregnancy;
o inherited form of deafness known as otosclerosis; o impaired liver function; o diabetes;
o Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis (chronic inflammatory bowel disease);
o brown spots on the face and body (chloasma), which fade if not expose your skin to sunlight and do not use sunlamps and tanning.
Tablet and thrombosis
Some studies have suggested that the risk of developing certain disorders of the blood circulation is slightly higher in women taking the combined pill than women who do not use them. This can lead to thrombosis. Thrombosis is a condition in which a blood clot may block a blood vessel. The blood clot may be formed into a vein (venous thrombosis) or in the artery (arterial thrombosis). Most blood clots can be recovered without permanent sequelae. However, thrombosis may cause serious permanent disabilities or even cause death, which is extremely rare.
Blood clots sometimes form in the deep veins of the legs (deep vein thrombosis). If this blood clot breaks away from the where it was formed, it can cause blockage of arteries in the lungs, causing a "pulmonary embolism" .Many rarely, blood clots can also form in the blood vessels of the heart (causing a heart attack) or the brain (causing a stroke) .In extremely rare cases, blood clots can form in other places such as the liver, intestines, kidneys or eyes. Blood clots can develop whether or not you are taking the contraceptive pill. This can also happen if you become pregnant. The risk is higher in women taking the pill than women who do not take the pill, but not as higher as during pregnancy. A thrombosis is more likely in the first year of intake of any combined pill. In healthy women who were not pregnant and not taking the pill, there are about 5 to 10 cases of thrombosis for every 100,000 women each godina.Pri pregnant women, there are about 60 cases of thrombosis for every 100,000 pregnancies each characteristic godina.Simptomite for blood clots are listed under "Tell your doctor if ...".
If you notice signs of thrombosis, stop taking the tablets and contact your doctor immediately. Meanwhile, use another method of contraception such as a condom or diaphragm with spermicide.
You should also remember that some conditions may increase the risk of thrombosis. These include:
• age (the risk of heart attack or stroke increases with age);
• smoking (with heavier smoking and increasing age the risk of thrombosis increases). When using the Pill, stop smoking, especially if you are older than 35 years;
• If your relatives suffer from a disease caused by a blood clot, a heart attack or stroke.
• overweight (obesity);
• disturbances of blood fat (lipid) metabolism, or very rare blood disorders;
• high blood pressure (hypertension);
• slaughtering our heart disorders or certain heart rhythm disorders
• a recent birth (if you have an increased risk of thrombosis immediately after birth);
• systemic lupus erythematosus - SLE (an inflammatory disease that can affect a significant part of the body including the skin, joints and internal organs);
• blood disease called haemolytic uraemic syndrome - HUS (a disorder where blood clots cause renal Nedo ficiency);
• Alzheimer's disease or ulcerative colitis (chronic inflammatory bowel disease);
• sickle cell anemia;
• if you get migraines for the first time or if you suffer from migraines before, but migraine attacks worsen or become more frequent than before;
• major surgery, surgery of the lower limbs, or inability to normal physical activity.
Risk of developing deep vein thrombosis temporarily increases after spending surgery or in cases where your usual physical activity is hindered (eg. If one or both lower extremities are casting or splinting). If you are taking the contraceptive pill, this risk may be higher. Tell your doctor that you are taking the contraceptive pill well before you go into hospital or undergo surgery. Your doctor can make you stop taking the Pill several weeks before or after surgery. If there is not enough time to do this, your doctor may recommend a drug that can reduce the risk of thrombosis. Your doctor will also tell you when to resume taking the Pill immediately after you complete vazstanovyavane.Tabletkata and development of malignant zabolyavaniyaNyakoi studies have found that there may be an increased risk of developing cancer of the cervix if you use the Pill for an extended period of time. This increased risk may be due to the administration of the contraceptive tablets, and could be due to the effect of sexual behavior or other obstoyatelstva.Vsyaka woman is at risk for developing breast cancer, whether or not used Pill. Breast cancer is rare in women under the age of 40 years. Breast cancer is found slightly more often in women who use the Pill than in women of the same age who do not take the tablets. If you stop taking the contraceptive pill, it will reduce your risk, so that 10 years after discontinuation of the pill, the risk that you be diagnosed with breast cancer is the same as for women who have never taken the Pill. Breast cancer seems less likely to deterioration if diagnosed in women who take the Pill than in women who do not take the tablets.
Rarely, using the pill has led to the development of liver diseases such as jaundice and benign liver tumors. Very rarely, the pill has been associated with certain forms of malignant liver tumors (liver cancer) after prolonged use. Liver tumors may lead to life-threatening intra-abdominal haemorrhage (bleeding into the abdominal cavity). So if you are experiencing divine intervention in the upper abdomen, the cause of which is unclear, contact your doctor. Also, if your skin turn yellow (jaundice), you should tell your doctor.
If you think you may be pregnant, stop taking Lindinet and inform your doctor about it. While tell your doctor, use other methods of contraception such as condoms or a diaphragm with spermicide.