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Birth Control Drugs

Birth Control is defined as any method that a couple uses to reduce the risk of pregnancy after the physical intercourse. Birth control is also known as contraception. The word contraception means: Contra” - means “against or opposite” “Conception” - means “to conceive” Contraception = “Against Conception”. The Contraception is defined as intentional prevention of pregnancy by using various techniques or methods.  These different Techniques or methods are designed to prevent pregnancy.

What are the Birth control Pills that are available in the market?

There are many Drugs which are available in the market as Birth control pills. Now a day’s most commonly used therapy is Hormonal methods. In these methods of birth control, the hormones are employed to control or block the ovulation and prevent pregnancy. The Ovulation is the natural process; in this process the ovary releases an egg, making it available for fertilization. When the hormones are introduced into the body through various methods, such as;

  1. Pills,

  2. Injections,

  3. Skin patches,

  4. Transdermal gels,

  5. Vaginal rings,

  6. Intrauterine systems and

  7. Implantable rods.

The different hormones are prescribed in the form of pills, so that they can prevent ovulation; thicken cervical mucus. It also blocks the pathway of sperm, so that it is not able to approach egg. The below mentioned drugs are available on our site.

  1. Dianette,

  2. MTP Kit

  3. Mifeprex Kit ,

  4. RU486 | Mifepristone,

  5. Abortion Pill,

  6. Norethindrone,

  7. Cytotec,

  8. Yasmin,

  9. Plan B,

  10. Ovral L,

  11. Mircette,

  12. Dostinex 0.25MG, and

  13. Korlym.

These birth control pills are very cost effective. You can buy these birth control pills from one of our reliable online pharmacy store . We also guide our customers about the exact use of the medicine.

In what conditions these Birth control pills drugs are advised?

These medicines are prescribed as Birth control pills.

To whom these products are not prescribed?

Before the administration of these medicines, you must visit to your Doctor and discuss your medical conditions. Do not use this medicine if have the following conditions;

  1. Allergic to ibuprofen or its composition.

  2. When you are expecting pregnancy.

  3. Breast cancer in the past.

What are the side effects of Birth control pills?

At the prescribed dose it does not exhibit any side effects, but most commonly reported side effects are;

  1. Formation of tumors in the breast.

  2. Chest pain.

  3. Painful breathing.

  4. Edema in the legs.

  5. Severe headache.

  6. Vision disorders.

Several side effects may be fatal for patients. Stop taking this medicine in excess amount if you face these below mentioned side effects.

  1. Heavy bleeding reported in vagina.

  2. Frequent hair fall.

  3. Feelings of nausea and Dizziness.

  4. Bloody vomiting.

  5. Breast pain.

What are the medications that are known to interact with Birth control pills?

The medications which are known to interact with Birth control pills are as:

  1. Anti-tubercular drugs: Ethambutol, Isoniazid, Pyrazinamide, Rifampicin and streptomycin.

  2. Azoles anti-fungal drugs: Itraconazole, Fluconazole or Ketoconazole.

  3. Anti-consultant: Carbamazepine, Clobazam, Clonazepam, Clorazepate, Oxcarbazepine, Ethotoin, Phenytoin, Mephenytoin, Fosphenytoin, Eslicarbazepine acetate 

  4. Barbiturates: Phenobarbital.

Are these products safe?

These Birth control pills are highly safe and efficacious. Tell your medical history to your physician before having this medication.

What happens if I skip my dose?

If someone missed a dose of these Birth control pills, then the chance of her to become pregnant increases.

What happens if I get overdosed?

The overdosing with these Birth control pills is fatal. The symptoms include; Severe pain in the vagina, heavy bleeding, Nausea or vomiting. In that case, rush to your doctor immediately.

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