Yaz birth control pills are a combination drug, which is the kind healthcare providers prescribe most for women seeking contraception. Yaz combination pills contain 2 types of synthetic hormones: an estrogen and a progestin. The pills are low-dose, meaning they contain only 0.035 milligrams (mg) or less of estrogen, so it is safe to administer even if you have estrogen problems. Yaz contraception pills are the only birth control pills clinically proven to help against emotional and physical premenstrual symptoms that are severe enough to impact a woman's life, a condition called PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), not to mention Yaz is 99% effective at preventing pregnancy when taken as directed.
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How to use Yaz
Take Yaz birth control pills exactly as prescribed by your doctor, hormonal drugs such as this may damage your health if misdosed or misused. Also, if you buy Yaz online without prescription, be sure to check the drugs expire date and the manufacturer's license - allways shop only at legitimate online stores, with positive customer feedback and an online support service.
You should administer the first dose of Yaz contraceptive pills on the first day of your period, or on the first Sunday following the start of your period. Generally, you should take 1 pill per day, if not otherwise stated by your doctor, with no more than 24 hours apart from every administration
You may experience intense vaginal bleeding. Inform your doctor if this bleeding continues or is very heavy. if you are scheduled to have a surgery or medical test, you may need to pause on using Yaz contraceptive for a short time. Any doctor or surgeon who treats you should know that you are using Yaz birth control pills.
Yaz should be stored at room temperature at a dry dark place.
Things to know before taking Yaz contraceptive
Unless approved by your doctor, it is not advised to take Yaz birth control pills if you have had any of the following conditions:
- Hormone-dependent types of cancer (breast, uterine), liver cancer
- Abnormal vaginal bleeding
- Kidney or liver disease
- Seizures or epilepsy
- Heart valve disorder
- Gallbladder disease
- High blood pressure or heart disease
- High cholesterol or if you are overweight
- a history of stroke, blood clotting, irregular menstrual cycles, depression
This list may not be full, consult your doctor or pharmacist for detailed information about this medicine and possible drawbacks with the treatment. Breast-feeding is not advice while on Yaz birth control, the drug passes through breast milk and may harm the nursing baby.
Yaz Side Effects
You should suspend the treatment and immediately consult your doctor or pharmacist if you have any of these side effects after taking Yaz birth control pills:
- Pain behind the eyes, migraine headaches, vision problems, loss of balance
- Loss of appetite, stomach pain
- Numbness, especially in one side of the body
- Swelling of the hands, feet, or ankles
- Nausea, stomach pain, low fever, loss of appetite
- Dark urine, yellowing of the skin or eyes
- Sudden numbness or weakness, confusion
Yaz birth control pills basically are additional women hormones, which in conjunction with natural body hormones work to prevent pregnancy, thus it is very important that the content of the drug is high quality and well below expiry date - before you decide to buy Yaz online and begin treatment, make sure that the store where you purchased it is reliable and trustworthy.
Expiry date: Long Expiry Date
Quantity: 28 Tablets / Pack
Full Description ;
YAZ Birth Control Pills 28 Tablets/Pack
Product Name : Yaz 28 Tablets/Pack
Active Ingredient: Drospirenone 3mg and Ethinyloestradiol 20mcg
Manufacturer : Bayer
Product Type : Oral contraceptive (oestrogen plus progestogen)
Yaz Product Information
Yaz is a low-dose oral contraceptive pill that contains a combination of ethinyloestradiol, a synthetic oestrogen, and drospirenone, a synthetic progestogen used to provide effective birth control and prevent unwanted pregnancy.
What is Yaz used for?
Yaz is a low dose combined oral contraceptive pill and is used as an effective means of birth control to prevent unwanted pregnancy. Yaz contraceptive pills contain a combination of two hormones at low doses in a single pill. Each pack of Yaz contains one month’s supply of pills (28 days) of which there are 24 hormone-containing pills and 4 placebo (non-hormonal) pills, to allow each monthly cycle to end with a withdrawal bleed. When using Yaz for contraception, you will probably find that your periods become regular and you may also experience lighter, less painful menstruation and an improvement in pre-menstrual symptoms, like bloating, swelling or weight gain related to fluid retention, also improvement in acne and reductions in greasiness of the skin and hair.
How does Yaz work?
Yaz contraceptive pills contain a combination of two hormones, ethinyloestradiol (20mcg), a synthetic oestrogen, and drospirenone (3mg), a synthetic progestogen, which work together to protect against pregnancy. Preparation for pregnancy depends on a complex interaction between the female sex hormones produced by the ovaries; oestrogen, which stimulates ovulation, and progesterone which prepares the endometrium (lining of the uterus) for implantation of an embryo, as well as other regulating hormones, produced by the hypothalamus in the brain and the pituitary gland. Yaz combined hormonal contraception works by disrupting the normal menstrual, preventing egg maturation and suppressing ovulation, as well as preventing development of the endometrium, so that a fertilised egg would not be able to implant and grow. Another contraceptive action of Yaz pills is that the cervical mucus, which normally changes consistency at ovulation to become thinner, remains thick, forming a physical barrier to sperm. Drospirenone, the progestagen component of Yaz is one of the newer synthetic progestogens and has very little androgenic activity, unlike natural progesterone and therefore has a beneficial effect on androgen-related skin disorders such as acne and hirsutism (unwanted hair).
What does Yaz contain?
Yaz contraceptive pills contain the active ingredient combination of two hormones, ethinyloestradiol (20mcg), a synthetic oestrogen, and drospirenone (3mg), a synthetic progestogen, which work together to protect against pregnancy. There are 24 hormone-containing pills per pack, which also contain lactose, maize starch, magnesium stearate, hypromellose, purified talc, titanium dioxide, iron oxide red. There are 4 placebo (non-hormonal) pills per pack which contain lactose, maize starch, povidone, magnesium stearate, hypromellose, titanium dioxide.
Taking Yaz as a contraceptive pill
Yaz contraceptive pills contain a combination of two hormones, ethinyloestradiol, a synthetic oestrogen, and drospirenone, a synthetic progestogen, which work together to provide effective birth control by protecting against pregnancy. Yaz contraceptive pills work by preventing egg maturation and suppressing ovulation, as well as preventing development and thickening of the endometrium (lining of the uterus) in preparation for implantation, so that a fertilised egg would not be able to implant and grow. You must take your Yaz contraceptive pills continually to ensure effective contraception, with 24 days of hormonal pills followed by 4 days non-hormonal pills, during which time you will have a menstrual bleed, which may be light and less painful than usual.
Can you get pregnant if you miss a Yaz pill
Yaz contraceptive pills provide effective contraception when taken correctly and have a failure rate of approximately 1% per year. The failure rate may increase if you miss a pill and may result in an unwanted pregnancy. To prevent this ensure that you take your Yaz contraceptive pills correctly and continually.
Yaz for contraception
Yaz contraceptive pills contain a combination of two hormones, ethinyloestradiol, a synthetic oestrogen, and drospirenone, a synthetic progestogen, which work together to provide effective contraception. Yaz contraceptive pills work by preventing egg maturation and suppressing ovulation, as well as preventing development and thickening of the endometrium (lining of the uterus) in preparation for implantation, so that a fertilised egg would not be able to implant and grow. You must take your Yaz contraceptive pills continually to ensure effective contraception, with 24 days of hormonal pills followed by 4 days non-hormonal pills, during which time you will have a menstrual bleed, which may be light and less painful than usual.
What are the side effects of Yaz?
The most frequently reported side effects when taking Yaz contraceptive pills are: breast tenderness, breast pain, abdominal pain, nausea, oedema, and headache, skin rash and itching, insomnia and depression. Less common side effects include: migraine, fluid retention, changes in body weight, changes in libido.
When should Yaz not be used?
You should not use Yaz contraceptive pills if you:
- are allergic to ethinyloestradiol or drospirenone or any of the ingredients in Yaz contraceptive pills
- have a past or family history of carcinoma of the breast, endometrial carcinoma or liver disease
- have high blood pressure, lipid disorders or migraine
- have had deep venous thrombosis, thromboembolic disorders, heart attack or stroke
- have diabetes with changes to the blood vessels;
- abnormal genital bleeding of unknown cause
- are pregnant or planning to become pregnant
- are taking other medications that may interact with Yaz, such as anticonvulsants like phenytoin and carbamazepine, barbiturates, anti-infectives like rifampicin, rifabutin, nevirapine, the antifungal griseofulvin, antibiotics like penicillin, preparations containing St John's Wort
What medicines interact with Yaz?
Some medications interact with Yaz contraceptive pills and prevent them working effectively, increasing your risk of becoming pregnant. If you are taking any of the following you may need to take other contraceptive precautions:
- anticonvulsants like phenytoin and carbamazepine
- anti-infectives like rifampicin, rifabutin, nevirapine, griseofulvin
- antibiotics like penicillin
- preparations containing St John's Wort
What are the health risks of Yaz?
Combination contraceptive pills like Yaz can increase risk of thrombosis (blood clots), which can have serious consequence depending on where the clot forms. There is also an increased risk of breast cancer.
How should Yaz be taken?
Each pack of Yaz contraceptive pills contains 28 pills for a complete monthly cycle and should be taken continually to ensure effective contraception. The first 24 pills contain the contraceptive hormones and the last 4 pills are a placebo, which do not contain any hormones. While you are taking these placebo pills you will have a menstrual bleed. When you have finished one pack, start a new one the next day. If you have gastrointestinal problems like vomiting or diarrhoea within 3-4 hours of taking your hormonal pill, this is the same as missing a pill and you should take other contraceptive precautions for the next 7 days.
How long should you take Yaz?
Each pack of Yaz contraceptive pills contains 28 pills for a complete monthly cycle and should be taken continually to ensure effective contraception. You should take Yaz contraceptive pills for as long as your doctor recommends.
Missed dose of Yaz
If you miss a dose of Yaz follow these guidelines to help you decide what to do:
- If you are less than 24 hours late in taking your pill, take it as soon as you remember and take the next one at your usual time. You are still protected against pregnancy.
- If you are more than 24 hours late in taking your pill, follow these detailed instructions:
Day 1-7 (pink hormonal pills)
Take the missed pill as soon as you remember, even if this means taking 2 pills at the same time, and then take your next pill at the usual time. Contraceptive protection may be reduced and you are at risk of becoming pregnant, unless you use other contraceptive precautions for the next 7 days.
Day 8-14 (pink hormonal pills)
Take the missed pill as soon as you remember, even if this means taking 2 pills at the same time, and then take your next pill at the usual time. You are still protected against pregnancy.
Day 15-24 (pink hormonal pills)
Take the missed pill as soon as you remember, even if this means taking 2 pills at the same time, and then take your next pill at the usual time. When all the active pink pills are used up, discard the last four inactive white pills and start a new pack right away.
Day 25-28 (white non-hormonal pills)
Take the next pill as usual and discard the missed pill. You are not at risk of becoming pregnant.
How should Yaz be stored?
Keep your Yaz contraceptive pills in their calendar pack until use. Store at room temperature below 25°C.