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Diane 35 For Men
Plan B: Use over the counter Plan B if intercourse was within 72 hours to decrease the risk of unplanned pregnancy. It is available over the counter and has much less side effects. Taking combination birth control pills is another way to do it (Yuzpe method) but it causes a lot of nausea. With over the counter regimens available it is easier to do that. ...Read more
Oral contraceptive: You're best to ask your prescribing physician as to why a 50yo guy needs an oral contraceptive. In australia, it's also used as a remedy for acne & hirsutism. However, it's recently been linked to 4 deaths & authorities are considering pulling it off the market. Check out http://www. News. Com. Au/lifestyle/health-fitness/safety-alert-on-contraceptive-pill-diane-35/story-fneuz9ev-1226571159895. ...Read more
Ethinylestradiol: The content of ethinylestradiol is the key to your question. Diane-35 contains 35 micrograms of it in each pill - Diane may contain the same amount, or, if anything, then less, e.g., 30 micrograms. ...Read more
Doctors prescription: In general birth control pills can be helpful for patients with PCOS. Some need high dose pills such as the one you mentioned. Most can tolerate low dose pills just fine. You will need to ask your doctor if you are a candidate for oral contraception based on your health history. ...Read more
Very very unlikely: As with most situations, anything is possible ...Read more
The hormones in those pills have that effect and can cause nausea. Usually it resolves with time. Most women do not feel that it significantly affects their lifestyle and continue taking the pills
If it significantly alters your daily life, consider switching. ...Read more
What is DIANE 35?????
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I'm taking diane-35 as my bcp, will I have the chance of being pregnany by taking this pill? Thank u.
What generation of pill is Diane-35 ed? What pill would I be switched to if I have breakthrough bleeding due to diane-35?
OCP: Diane 35 in many countries is only indicated to treat severe acne and should not be prescribed as a birth control pill because of issues related to increased blood clot formation due the Progesterone in the pill (cyproterone). If it is being prescribed for contraception, please see your healthcare provider to discuss an alternative ...Read more
Can I have Diane 35 for 3 cycles without a break? Is there a risk of breakthrough bleeding? I've been on it for 6 years now.
I took an extra bc pill by mistake in the 3rd week of active pills. I'm on Diane 35. Will this effect the effectiveness of the pill?
I am 22 years old and have ovarian polycystic desease. I have been treating for nearly 4 years took diane-35.But there was relapses. What can I do?
Other treatment: Is available but what were your"relapses? ". ...Read more