Yasmin 3 Mg/30 Mcg
Manufacturer : Bayer
Active Substance : Drospirenone and Ethinyl Estradiol
Pack : 21 Tabs x 3 mg/30 mcg.
Form : Oral
Shipping : International
Yasmin 3 belongs to the category of sexual health.
Yasmin 3 mg 30 mcg tablet is used to help prevent pregnancy.
What is Yasmin 3 mg/30 mcg?
Yasmin 3 mg/30 mcg is available in packages of 21 tablets and 3×21 tablets. Each film-coated tablet contains 3 mg of drospirenone and 0.03 mg of ethinylestradiol. These tablets are in the form of a round, biconvex, light yellow film-coated tablet on one side, with “DO” mark in a smooth hexagon. Yasmin 3 mg/30 mcg contains lactose monohydrate.
What is Yasmin 3 mg/30 mcg used for?
Oral contraceptive pills containing estrogen and progesterone hormones are called “Combined Oral Contraceptive (COC)”. Yasmin 3 mg/30 mcg is a drug in this group. Yasmin 3 mg/30 mcg is used to prevent pregnancy. Apart from this, it is used in women suffering from hormonal retention, acne, and oily skin. Yasmin 3 mg/30 mcg also causes changes in your cervical mucus and uterine lining, making it harder for sperm to reach the uterus and harder for a fertilized egg to attach to the uterus.
What is in a box of Yasmin 3 mg/30 mcg?
Each package of Yasmin 3 mg/30 mcg contains 21 tabs x 3 mg/30 mcg.
How to Use Yasmin 3 mg/30 mcg?
Yasmin 3 mg/30 mcg package contains 21 tablets or 3×21 tablets. Each tablet in the pack is marked by the day of the week that should be taken. It is recommended to take your tablets at the same time every day, if necessary, with some water. Follow the arrows until all 21 tablets are taken. Do not take any tablets for the next 7 days. Your period should start within these 7 days (withdrawal bleeding). Usually, it will start on the 2nd or 3rd day after taking the last Yasmin 3 mg/30 mcg tablet.
Even if your period continues (the day after the 7-day period when you are not using the tablet), start taking the next pack on the 8th day. This means that you will always start the new package on the same day and you will also experience withdrawal bleeding on the same day every month. When taken properly, combined oral contraceptives have a failure rate of about 1% per year. Failure rate increases when pills are missed or taken incorrectly.