Liza Contraceptive Pills for Effective Birth Control. Other benefits include, better regulated monthly cycles, reduced acne outbreaks, reduced menstrual cramps.
Requires a GP Consult Online (This will be included in this cost and arranged before delivery)
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Liza is a combined oral contraceptive. Each active tablet contains a small quantity of 2 different female hormones called drospirenone (a progestogen) and ethinylestradiol (an estrogen).
Oral contraceptives are very effective method of birth control. The chance of becoming pregnant is very low when the pill is taken correctly.
Liza may also have non-contraceptive health benefits: Prevent weight gain and other symptoms eg, bloating and swelling which are related to fluid retention.
Drospirenone also has antiandrogenic activity which can help to reduce acne and greasiness of the skin and hair. With these special properties, drospirenone is similar to the natural progesterone hormone produced by the body.
The risk of anemia may be lower since the period may be lighter and shorter. The menstrual pains may also become less severe and completely disappear.
One pack (blister) contains 21 tablets. The day of the week to take the tablet is printed at the side of each tablet. If for example, the patient starts on Wednesday, the patient should take a tablet with "WED" at the side. Follow the arrow on the pack until the patient have used the 21 tablets.
The patient should then not take any tablets for 7 days. During these 7 days when the patient do not take any tablets (called drug-free interval), she should menstruate. Menstruation which can also be called withdrawal bleeding, usually starts on the 2nd or 3rd day of the drug-free interval.
On the 8th day from taking the last Liza tablet (that is after the 7 day drug-free interval), start the following pack, even if the patient has not stopped menstruating. This means that the patient should start the following package on the same day which she started the previous week and menstruation should occur during the same dates of every month.
If the patient uses Liza as described, she is also protected against pregnancy during the 7 days the patient does not take any tablet.
When to Start the First Pack: If the Patient has not taken any hormonal contraceptive in the previous month: Start taking Liza on the 1st day of the cycle (that is the 1st day of menstruation). If the patient start taking Liza on the 1st day of the menstruation, she will be immediately protected against pregnancy. The patient can also start from the 2nd to the 5th day of cycle, but she should use additional contraceptive (eg, a condom) for the 1st 7 days.
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