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Diane-35 known as Dianette in some countries is a combination of progestogen-oestrogen which is used for prevention of undesirable pregnancy and androgenisation in the woman. Diane-35 is a medicine of chose for women who prefer hormonal birth control and who suffer from acne and androgen-dependent diseases.
Diane Birth Control
Diane-35 birth control medicine provides several ways to prevent pregnancy, the most important of which is ovulation inhibition o and change the viscosity of cervical mucus. Along with ant androgenic properties, cyproterone has progestogenic activity. Cyproterone works by inhibiting the secretion of pituitary gonadotropin-releasing hormone and inhibits ovulation, causing a contraceptive effect. At the same time Ethinylestradiol enhances central and peripheral effect of cyproterone on ovulation, retains a high viscosity of cervical mucus, making it difficult penetration of sperm cells into the uterus. Diane-35 guarantees almost 100% protections from undesirable pregnancy. As with all combined oral contraceptives, Diane-35 has a positive effect on the non-contraceptive health. Menstruation becomes easier and shorter, which reduces the risk of iron deficiency anemia, pain in dysmenorrhea become less pronounced or disappear entirely.
Diane-35 ED should be taken regularly in order to achieve therapeutic efficacy and the needed contraceptive protection. Previously used hormonal oral birth control pills should be discontinued. The dose regimen of Diane-35 is similar to other birth control medicine. The irregular use of Diane-35 may result in intermenstrual bleeding and could decrees the therapeutic and birth control effects.
One tablet of Diane-35 should to be taken daily. The tablets must be taken in the order directed on the pack at about the same time every day, with some liquid as needed. You should take tablets for 21 days starting with a tablet corresponding to that day of the week. Thereafter, one tablet is taken daily, following the arrows marked on the pack, until all tablets have been taken. Each subsequent pack is started the day after the last tablet of the previous pack was taken.
Try to follow your treatment schedule. If you miss a dose do not use the doubled dose. Apply next evening.
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Always consult with your healthcare professional before ingesting any medication.
Diane-35 is generally well tolerated and does not cause side effects and complications in the most cases. However, some women may experience the following side effects: Hormonal system: a sense of tension and tenderness in the breast, breast enlargement, weight change and sex drive, intermenstrual bleeding, vaginal secretions change.
Central nervous system: headache (migraine), depressed mood.
Gastrointestinal system: nausea, vomiting, stomach pain
Cardiovascular system: high blood pressure.
Dermatological reactions: occurrence of pigment spots on the face (chloasma), growing in long-term exposure to the sun.
Other: allergic reactions in very rare cases there may be a poor tolerance of contact lenses.
The probability of these side effects is increased when taking Diane-35 without professional advice.
If you take Diane-35 you need to know that inductors of microsomal liver enzymes (, barbiturates, primidone, carbamazepine, phenytoin, rifampin, and possibly also with oxcarbazepine, topiramate, increases the clearance of ethinylestradiol and cyproterone, which may lead to vaginal bleedings and loss of contraceptive effect.
Birth control effect of Diane-35 is decreased when the medication is used in combination with certain antibiotics such as ampicillin, tetracycline. Diane 35 may change the blood levels of anti-diabetic medicines.
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