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New Generic For Yaz
Pls explain how to take the 24 day pill (Yaz). After finishing 24 active pills, when to start the new pack? Started first pack on fifth day of period.
Birth control pills: Women who take birth control pills need to take a pill every day. Skipping pills can increase the chance of getting pregnant. Birth control pill packets usually include 4 to 7 days of hormone-free pills each month. It is during these hormone-free days that women get their period. Women who prefer not to get a period can skip the hormone-free pills and take a hormone pill every day instead. ...Read more
Sex on 10th, also when I took my last active pill(Yaz). Puked 1.5h later. Pack said I should take sugar pills immediately and then new pack. Is it ok?
YES: Please immediately begin your next pack of pills. ...Read more
Switching from Yaz to Seasonique. If I take Seasonique after my Yaz placebos, on the same day I would have started a new pack of yaz, am I protected?
Should be fine: Hi. Yes, you should be fine swathing as you describe. No BCP is perfectly effective, as you know, but your means of transitioning should protect you. ...Read more
On Yaz, I took antibiotics since 28th Dec and I finished them yest. I had sex last Saturday,started a new pack of Yaz Mon 29th, am i still protected?
On antibiotics?: Usually will need a backup protection. Like condom. ...Read more
If the period does not come on the last day of taking white pill(1st pack of yaz), still start a new pack the day after?When do u take pregnant test?
Im on Yaz (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) the generic one. What's the possibility of ovulation? I heard you always ovulate and doctors lie bout it. Please tell truth im scared
Unlikely: About 1% to 3% of women using any oral contraceptive will still conceive - that means at least 1% to 3% of women ovulate while taking the pill. That risk is increased when women are non-compliant with taking a pill each day. The lower dose pills such as Yaz (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) (and the generics) have a higher failure rate and up to 5% of women will ovulate while taking that particular pill. ...Read more
I was on yas but have switched to cerazatte due to migraine. I have been off Yaz (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) for 9 months & my skin was bad, will this new pill help ? & with mood
Maybe: This is a progestin only pill and progestins can cause depression in some women but not in all. The estrogen in birth control pills increases sex hormone binding globulin which binds testosterone and decreases the free, biologically active testosterone.Testosterone causes acne so the lower level is what helps your skin. With no estrogen, I would not expect cerazette to help your skin. ...Read more
Taking yaz, (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) and i dropped a pink pill and could not find it what should I do?Take the pill of the next day?(so start a new pack a day before expected?)
Yes: If you lose one of your active pills you can either take the next days pill or skip to the end of the pack and take the last active pill. The advantage of skipping to the last pill is that the days will be labeled correctly for the rest of the cycle-when you get to that last empty pill slot just skip it. This way you will start your next cycle on the correct day and still be protected. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been recently prescribed the generic brand of Yaz (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) bc pills called Mya. Are they safe to take? I seen online some bad stories about Yaz (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol). Nervous.
Period won't go away, i'm on yaz, skipped it, and now break thru bleeding won't stop. Continue with pack or wait? What do I do? I've been on Yaz for a while, and have skipped the placebos before so i don't get my period. I started a new pack as usual and
By : By the date of this post almost a week has passed. I hope you continued the pills as directed. If not and you are still spotting contact your doctor for instructions. Since you obviously don't like getting periods every month you should try seasonique. This is a bcp designed to give you a period once every three months. Ask your doctor if he/she thinks this is a good option for you. Best of luck. ...Read more