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Yasmin: Drug Description

There are many effective and safe births control options available today. All of us want to find the option that best fits our lifestyle and budget. Your contraceptive method may include oral contraceptives, contraceptive coils, cervical cap, or condoms. Oral contraceptives are considered one of the most reliable methods of preventing pregnancy.

Yasmin is a combined hormonal contraceptive used by women to prevent unplanned pregnancy. Taking oral contraceptives is an effective and easy-to-use method to prevent pregnancy. Apart from preventing pregnancy, Yasmin has some other health benefits:

  • Yasmin does not affect menstrual cycle
  • This medication makes menstrual periods regular and less painful
  • Yasmin reduces blood loss during periods and prevents anemia caused by low iron levels
  • Women taking Yasmin have reduced risk of endometrial or ovarian cancer
  • Yasmin may also relieve menstrual-related breast discomfort
  • Yasmin reduces the risk of noncancerous breast growths
  • Unlike many other oral contraceptives, Yasmin prevents water retention and reduces the chances of weight gain
  • Yasmin can be used to treat mild to moderate acne in women who have already had menstrual periods and who are at least 14
  • Off-label uses of Yasmin include the treatment of irregular menstrual periods, heavy or painful periods, and premenstrual dysphoric disorder
If you are looking for a safe, effective, and affordable births control option – you should use Yasmin.

Yasmin Effectiveness

Yasmin has shown to be 99 percent effective for pregnancy prevention when taken as prescribed. This means that only 1 out of 100 women who took Yasmin for a year would get pregnant.

Remember that Yasmin will not prevent sexually transmitted diseases.

Mechanism of Action

Yasmin is a combined contraceptive containing estrogen and progestin. This medication prevents pregnancy in several ways. Firstly, it prevents ovulation by making your body think that ovulation has already occured. Secondly, it makes cervical mucus thicker. This prevents sperm from reaching the uterus. Finally, Yasmin causes thinning of the endometrium, making it harder for an egg to attach to the uterus.

How Supplied

Yasmin comes in tablet form and is available in one strength – Yasmin 3.03 mg.

Yasmin comes in packets of 21 or 28 tablets. 21-pill pack contains 21 yellow active pills. 28-pill pack contains 21 active and 7 white hormone-free pills.

Dosing and Administration

There is one standard dosage of Yasmin for any woman regardless of her age or weight. Each pack of generic Yasmin contains 28 pills. 21 of them are yellow, and 7 are white. Yellow tablets contain active components, while white allow your body to have a rest from the hormones and have a period. You should take one tablet a day starting with yellow pills. Start a new Yasmin pack the very next day after you finish a previous one.

There are also 21-day packs of Yasmin, containing 21 pills. Take one pill a day for 21 days, and then have a break for 7 days. If you miss a dose, it will increase your chance of conceiving. For that reason, you may need backup contraception. You will find additional directions on what to do if you miss a dose in the package insert.

You can start taking Yasmin pills either on the 1st day of your menstrual cycle (so-called 1st day start) or on the first Sunday after your cycle starts. If you choose “Sunday start”, you will need to use backup contraception for the first week. If you switch to Yasmin from another oral contraceptive, you do not need any back up contraceptive method.

When taking Yasmin, most women get their period during the last or the first few days of the pack.

You should not take Yasmin tablets if you are pregnant or if you have heart disease, circulation problems, breast cancer, uterine cancer, or uncontrolled blood pressure. Make sure your doctor knows about any other chronic conditions you have. Tell your doctor about other medications you use, because some of them make decrease the effectiveness of Yasmin. Among these drugs are antibiotics, sedatives, seizure medications, and HIV/AIDS medications.

Yasmin is effective at preventing pregnancy only if taken properly. Consult your doctor if you have questions about how or when to take Yasmin.