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Alesse (Levonorgestrel)

Uses
Alesse (Ethinyl estradiol and Levonorgestrel) is a generic drug that encloses a blend of female hormones estrogen and progestin or just progestin, which help in preventing ovulation or discharge of an egg from an ovary. In other words, this generic drug is an oral contraceptive to put off pregnancy

Alesse Facts
In addition to this, Alesse (Ethinyl estradiol and Levonorgestrel) also brings about changes in the user’s cervical mucus and uterine lining making it more difficult for sperm to reach the uterus or the fertilized egg to bind with the uterus. The blended birth control pills that enclose estrogen and progestin are known as "monophasic," "biphasic," or "triphasic." While monophasic birth control pills deliver the same amount of estrogen and progestin every day, biphasic birth control delivers the same amount of estrogen every day for the first 21 days of the cycle. Triphasic birth control pills, however, have stable or varying estrogen concentrations and varying progestin concentrations throughout the cycle. Alesse (Ethinyl estradiol and Levonorgestrel) is a prescription drug that is available with your neighborhood drug store pharmacy or online pharmacy. You may also buy Alesse (Ethinyl estradiol and Levonorgestrel)

Alesse Indications
This generic drug is prescribed to avert pregnancy. Alesse (Ethinyl estradiol and Levonorgestrel) is also prescribed to cure mid-cycle pain that some women endure during ovulation. In addition, this generic prescription drug also helps in regulating the menstrual cycle, lessening menstrual spasms and profuse bleeding and, thereby, help women to avoid becoming anemic. In many cases, the physicians prescribe high measures of this prescription drug for use as a ‘morning after’ pill that needs to be taken within 72 hours of having unprotected sex.

Alesse Dosage
It is essential to take this generic drug exactly according to what has been prescribed by the physician. It is not advisable to take Alesse (Ethinyl estradiol and Levonorgestrel) in excessive amounts or for longer periods without consulting the physician. In some cases, women using this prescription drug may be required to use back-up contraceptive modes like condoms or spermicide when they first begin using Alesse (Ethinyl estradiol and Levonorgestrel). The 28-day packs of this generic drug enclose seven ‘reminder’ pills to help the user maintain a regular cycle. In case you don’t continue with the regular cycle of this generic drug, it is possible for you to become pregnant. Take only one pill daily and never after an interval of 24 hours.

Alesse Side Effects
The most common side effects of using this generic drug include headache, nausea, and soreness of the breast, weight gain, mood changes and erratic bleeding. Using Alesse (Ethinyl estradiol and Levonorgestrel) may also result in insufficient menstrual periods or penetrating bleeding, but all these side effects are usually temporary and subside soon. Women enduring migraines may often find that taking this prescription drug may find improvement in their hormone levels. In case any user has signs of an allergic reaction, hives, breathing problem, swelling of face, lips, tongue, or throat, she should stop using this birth control pill and consult the physician immediately. In addition, there may be rare instances of enhanced blood pressure, blood clots, heart attack and stroke as a result of taking this generic drug.

Alesse Precautions
Taking Alesse (Ethinyl estradiol and Levonorgestrel) regularly seldom causes any, fetal aberrations, including those of the vertebrae, anus, heart, trachea, esophagus, kidney, and limbs. Using this generic drug leads to modified development of the sexual organs rather more frequently. Women who are above the age of 35 and smoke and women enduring specific medical conditions, like a history of blood clots, diabetes or breast or endometrial cancer, may be advised against taking this generic drug, as these conditions can enhance the risks of the oral contraceptive. It is not advisable to use Alesse (Ethinyl estradiol and Levonorgestrel) if you are pregnant or if you recently had a baby. On the other hand, using the generic drug during lactation may result in decreased milk production, decreased infant weight gain, and decreased nitrogen and protein content of milk. If you have recently had a baby, wait at least four weeks before taking this prescription drug or at least six weeks if you are breast-feeding.

Alesse Interactions
A few prescription drugs interact with Alesse (Ethinyl estradiol and Levonorgestrel) and may make this generic drug less effective, resulting in unwanted pregnancy. Thus, before you buy Alesse (Ethinyl estradiol and Levonorgestrel) or intend to use this prescription drug, it is essential that you tell your physician if you are using any of these medications: Tylenol (acetaminophen) or ascorbic acid (vitamin C), Orapred (prednisolone), Respbid, Theo-Dur (theophylline), Neoral, Sandimmune, Gengraf (cyclosporine), St. John’s wort, any antibiotic, drugs for seizures or HIV/ AIDS medicines. Also tell your physician about all the prescription drugs and non-prescription drugs you are using
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