- Combined contraceptive pill
- Effective at preventing pregnancy
- Contains oestrogen and progestogen
- Active Ingredients: Desogestrel, (Progestogen), and Ethinylestradiol, (Oestrogen)
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- More than 99% Effective Pregnancy Control Method
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Gedarel comes in strengths of 20mcg and 30mcg. You should always use the strength your doctor prescribed.
When an egg is released from the ovaries and fertilised with sperm, it is called pregnancy. The process of ovulation is when one egg is released by the ovaries each month in a normal menstrual cycle. The female sex hormones progesterone, oestrogen and oestrogen control this process. Gedarel is made up of two synthetic hormones: Gedarel (ethinylestradiol) and Gedarel (gedarel). These hormones imitate the natural hormones. They regulate the hormone levels in a way that stops an egg being released. By thickening fluid in the cervix, the Pill makes it harder for sperm from reaching the uterus.
The endometrium, which is the wall of the uterus, builds up during regular menstrual cycles. This happens in preparation for fertilisation. Gedarel decreases this buildup and makes it less likely that an egg fertilised will become an embryo. Periods also become shorter.
Gedarel can reduce acne and protect against conditions like fibroids, ovarian cysts, and pelvic inflammation disease. It does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases.
A strip contains 21 Gedarel tablets. After you finish a strip, the pill will be stopped for seven days. You will experience a normal bleeding during this period. After seven days, you can begin the next phase of your treatment.
A pack contains 21 Gedarel tablets. Each day, take one pill at the same time. After you finish a pack, the pill will be gone for seven days. You will experience a normal bleeding period during this time. After seven days, you can begin the next phase of your treatment.
You should remember to take your dose if you are near the time of your next dose. You should be protected against pregnancy even if you've missed one day. You should use additional contraception for seven days if you have missed more than one day.
You have an allergy to any of the ingredients of Gedarel
You have a history of breast cancer or cancer of the uterus or ovary
You have or had a blood clot
You have a blood clotting disorder
You have a history of heart attack or stroke
You have the Angina pectoris
You have high blood pressure
You have high levels of lipids in the blood
You have an impaired liver function
You have the Pancreatitis
You have severe migraines
You have endometrial hyperplasia
You have Crohn’s disease or chronic inflammatory bowel disease
You suffer from kidney failure
You suffer from sickle-cell anaemia
You suffer from systemic lupus erythematosus
You suffer from inflammation of veins under the skin
You suffer from varicose veins
You suffer from diabetes
You suffer from severe depression
You suffer from gall bladder disease
You suffer from epilepsy
You suffer from hereditary angioedema.
Gedarel does not cause side effects to everyone. However, the following side effects may occur in some people:
Periods of unsteady or painful activity
Breast tenderness or pain
Anxiety or dizziness
Talk to your doctor if you have concerns about any of these side effects or if you feel the product is affecting you in other ways.
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