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Birth control pill does not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases

 


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To prevent pregnancy, birth control pills and oral contraceptives medicines are designed. It isa prescription medicine used to prevent pregnancy. Birth control pill or oral contraceptives does not protect you from *** transmitted diseases (including HIV). Woman becomes pregnant normally when an egg released from her ovary is fertilized by sperm release from the man's body. Birth control pills work by regulating your hormones to prevent the overy to release egg and if there is no egg available to fertilized you can not become pregnant.

Birth control pills contains combinations of estrogen and progestin hormones. It includes ethynodiol diacetate with ethinyl estradiol and mestranol, levonorgestrel and ethinyl estradiol, norethindrone acetate with ethinyl estradiol and norethindrone, mestranol with norethindrone and norethynodrel, norgestrel and ethinyl estradiol. Norethindrone and Norgestrel are those birth control pills that contain only progestin in them.

To control unwanted pregnancy you should consult your doctor to take best birth control pills. In the medical stores there are various birth control pills are available. Diane 35 is consisdered to be the most trusted and recommended by the doctor to used as a birth control medication. It isa prescription medicine. Ethinylestradiol and Cyproterone Acetate are main ingredient of Diane 35 medicine. Diane 35 comes in the form of tablets and is available by both generic and brand name. Before taking Diane 35 you should get full information about the medicine from the doctor.

Diane 35 does not provide protection against the *** transmitted diseases. It is meant only for the use in women. Make sure that if you are pregnant or breastfeeding mother you should not use Diane 35 medicine as it may harm the health of unborn baby and nursed child. It is also used to treat certain acne in women. One should not use this medication if he or she is allergic to Diane 35 or to its ingredient. Women suffering from heart, lungs, and liver disease should not use this medicine.

Do not take this medicine with any other medicine to avoid interaction. If you are taking any prescription non prescription medicine or herbal medicine for nay medical condition you should inform your doctor before taking Diane 35. The recommended dosage for this medicine is one tablet in a day. Medicine should be taken with a full glass of water and should be taken as prescribed by the doctor. Do not increase or decrease the dose of the medicine on your own. Store Diane 35 in dry place away from light, geat and sun. Keep it away from the reach of the children.

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