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This medication contains anti-androgens. Androgens are hormones that stimulate hair growth and the functioning of grease glands. Too much of this hormone can cause blocked grease glands, which can be infected and lead to acne spots. Clairette's products will counteract this and restore skin balance.
To ensure that you are protected start the tablet on the first day of your next period. It ensures that you have protection from the first pill.
If you want to begin Clairette, but you are on another pill, you can start Clairette the day after your last pill.
Each packet is marked with the days of the week and arrows to help users determine the best direction. The day you begin taking your first pill is determined by the day of the week. If you take your first tablet on Wednesday, then you should choose the row marked "Wed". You will need to follow the arrows and take one tablet per day until you complete the pack.
After you have taken the 21 tablets, you can take a 7-day break without taking any pills. If you took the pills correctly, then you will be protected from pregnancy. The 7-day break should be followed by the start of the next pack. If your last pill was taken on Friday, then the new pack should be started on Saturday. You should experience some vaginal bleeding during the break. Even if this does not stop by the time that you are supposed to start the next Clairette packet, you should still start the new packet on an intended day.
One tablet is taken daily, one tablet at a time. This should be repeated for 21 days. After that, you can take a 7-day break without taking any pills.
You should remember to take Clairette tablets if you are late. However, if you are more than 12 hours late taking it, then you should be aware that the contraceptive benefits may be affected, and you should use additional contraception (such as condoms) for the next 7 days.
You won't experience any side effects if you take more Clairette than you should. You may experience nausea, diarrhoea, or vaginal bleeding. If you have any concerns, consult your pharmacist or doctor.
You are allergic to any of the ingredients of Clairette;
You have a history of breast cancer;
You have a blood clotting disorder;
You have or had a blood clot;
You have a history of heart attack or stroke;
You have angina pectoris;
You have high blood pressure;
You have breast cancer;
You have severe diabetes;
You have high levels of lipids in the blood;
You have an impaired liver function;
You have severe migraines;
You have Crohn's disease or chronic inflammatory bowel disease;
You have kidney failure;
You have sickle-cell anaemia;
You have systemic lupus erythematosus;
You have pancreatitis
You have an inflammation of veins under the skin; or
You have varicose veins.
Inform your doctor before going for any blood test as Clairette may alter the results of some blood tests.
The following medicines may affect the response of Clairette:
Hepatitis C medicines
Barbituratesv St John’s Wort
Read the Patient Information Leaflet carefully before taking Clairette and consult your doctor about medicines you are taking or intend to take.
Clairette will not cause side effects to everyone. However, the following side effects may occur in some people:
Consult your doctor immediately if these or any other side effects persist or worsen.
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