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For IVF can you take a contraceptive pills yasmin (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) two months before the stimulation?

Yes. Birth control pills are very often used as part of your ivf therapy. They can be used to decrease the probability of cyst formation, they can be used as a method to time your cycle start and end. Read more...

On yasmin (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) pill, takes it regularly. Still has a week of active pills to go. Spotted today after having sex 4 days ago. Temp 36.8. Possibility of Preg?

Chance is low but. A healthy woman in her reproductive years can become pregnant at any time during her cycle, even on the pills/IUD etc.. though the chance is quite low. Spotting is common with some pills, especially if this is a new start. Having relation only 4 days ago, we cannot know YET if this will result in a pregnancy. you can do a home pregnancy in about 2 weeks to see. Consult doc. Good luck. Read more...

I have high dheas and high testosterone so my endo prescribed me yasmin (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) and androcure 10mg for 10 days! Is it low to take 10 pills androcure per month?

Follow your doctor. Endocrine abnormalities can be quite complex and each patient is different. You should continue to follow the advice of your doctor who knows you and your specific lab values. Read more...

I'm on the yasmin (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) pill and have missed two pills in a row, what should I do to get back on track?

Take 2 pills for 2 d. Take 2 pills for next 2 days and it will still be effective. And continue one a day as usual and do not forget to take pills anymore. If you forget 3days in a raw, then stop the bcp for that month. If you are on the fourth week of the bcp cycle, forgetting 2 days in a raw does not affect contraception as they are sugar pills anyway. Read more...

Am single virgin and my periods r not regular. The Dr adviced me to take yasmin (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) tablets for 3 months Is it okay for me to take those pills?

Yes. Yes, it is not uncommon for women to go through times when the menstrual cycles are irregular. Often the treatment is to used oral contraceptive pills such as Yasmin (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) to do this. If there is still irregular bleeding after being on the pills, a further workup with some blood tests and ultrasound could be considered. Read more...