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Qlaira can be used to prevent pregnancy. It can help prevent heavy periods that are not related to any medical condition.
You must take the tablets by mouth according to the instructions on the pack. The tablet marked "1" should be taken first. These markings will help you determine which tablet to take for each day.
The inactive tablets are to avoid the break from the pills. This is so that you don't forget to take your first dose of the next pack. The inactive tablets are protected from pregnancy.
Take this hormonal contraceptive on your first day of menstruation.
You can start Qlaira tablets immediately after you take out the contraceptive patches or vaginal rings. You will be protected from pregnancy immediately by taking the Qlaira tablets.
You can begin taking the pill if you've just given birth but are not breastfeeding. You will be protected immediately without the need to use additional contraceptives.
If you forget to take a tablet, take the missed pill immediately, even if it means you need to take two pills simultaneously. Continue taking the remainder of the pack according to schedule. You're still protected against pregnancy, and you don’t need to use any extra contraception.
You can discard a white tablet if you forget to take it.
It is possible that the pill may not have been fully absorbed if you vomit within three to four hours after taking it. You should take another pill as soon you feel well, and within 12 hours from the time you took the first one. You can take the next pill at the same time as usual. You may lose your protection if you are still sick or if you take another pill after 12 hours. Your doctor should give you medical advice.
Nausea or vomiting
A headache or migraine
Weight gain or loss
Breast tenderness or enlargement
Fluid retention in the body cells or oedema
Vaginal thrush or candidiasis
Change in menstrual bleeding
Menstrual spotting or breakthrough bleeding
Diminished sex drive
Elevated blood pressure
Irregular brown patches on the skin
Steepening of corneal curvature, making the wearing of contact lenses uncomfortable
Problems of the liver
Blood clots in the blood vessels
Consult your doctor before taking Qlaira if any of the following applies to you:
you are allergic to any of the other ingredients of this medicine or to any other medicine;
you are pregnant, trying to be pregnant or breastfeeding;
you have a family history of heart attack, stroke, or blood clot;
you are taking any prescription, non-prescription or herbal medicine;
you have abnormally increased levels of a hormone called aldosterone in your blood; or
you are above 35 years of age.
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