Are these pills still being taken with birth control pills? Have made a big mistake

I. Rifampicin It is a commonly used anti-tuberculosis drug, which can accelerate the metabolism of norethisterone and ethinylestradiol, the main components of oral contraceptives, reduce the concentration of drugs in blood, and may also cause partial shedding of endometrium to cause intravenous drip hemorrhage or inexhaustible leaching. At the same time, it can reduce the contraceptive effect and lead to contraceptive failure. II. Antibiotics Some people have observed 38 women who took contraceptives while using ampicillin, neomycin, tetracycline, compound sulfamethoxazole and chloramphenicol, resulting in contraceptive failure. It was found that the reason for its failure was that antibiotics inhibited intestinal bacteria and greatly reduced the amount of glucuronidase produced by antibiotics, thus affecting the absorption of contraceptives in intestinal tract Read More …

Three menstruations in a year, is it happiness or sadness?

Editor’s Note: Recently, a 2012 [old news]: “Australia Develops New Drugs: Can Make Women Menstruate Only Three Times a Year” went viral on the Internet. Even some medical workers were puzzled by it. Is the arrival of such a [magic drug] really a gospel for all women? Should we celebrate the whole country, [Xi Da Pu Ben]? Is this drug safe? Any side effects? Is it really good to have menstruation only three times a year? In order to find out, Clove Garden specially invited two experts (Klaith and Tian Jishun) to analyze this problem in depth from the perspectives of drug safety and obstetrics and gynecology respectively. Dear female friends, if someone recommends a new drug to you and Read More …

Are these pills still being taken with birth control pills? Have made a big mistake

I. Rifampicin It is a commonly used anti-tuberculosis drug, which can accelerate the metabolism of norethisterone and ethinylestradiol, the main components of oral contraceptives, reduce the concentration of drugs in blood, and may also cause partial shedding of endometrium to cause intravenous drip hemorrhage or inexhaustible leaching. At the same time, it can reduce the contraceptive effect and lead to contraceptive failure. II. Antibiotics Some people have observed 38 women who took contraceptives while using ampicillin, neomycin, tetracycline, compound sulfamethoxazole and chloramphenicol, resulting in contraceptive failure. It was found that the reason for its failure was that antibiotics inhibited intestinal bacteria and greatly reduced the amount of glucuronidase produced by antibiotics, thus affecting the absorption of contraceptives in intestinal tract Read More …

How is it safest to take birth control pills?

It is easy to turn into the corner pharmacy to buy a box of contraceptives, but it is not that simple to start taking contraceptives. Any responsible man cannot turn a blind eye to women’s worries about contraceptives. So, how should contraceptives be taken safest? First, short-term, long-term and urgent, which one do you eat? 1. Short-acting contraceptives The success rate is 99%, and the medicine needs to be taken regularly. If one tablet is missed, one tablet needs to be taken within 12 hours. Common commodities include: deoxygestenethinylestradiol tablets, levonorgestrel ethinylestradiol tablets, drospirone ethinylestradiol tablets, compound norethindrone, compound megestrol, compound levonorgestrel tablets, etc. How to take it: the instructions will be clearly written, starting from the day of menstruation, Read More …

Three menstruations in a year, is it happiness or sadness?

Editor’s Note: Recently, a 2012 [old news]: “Australia Develops New Drugs: Can Make Women Menstruate Only Three Times a Year” went viral on the Internet. Even some medical workers were puzzled by it. Is the arrival of such a [magic drug] really a gospel for all women? Should we celebrate the whole country, [Xi Da Pu Ben]? Is this drug safe? Any side effects? Is it really good to have menstruation only three times a year? In order to find out, Clove Garden specially invited two experts (Klaith and Tian Jishun) to analyze this problem in depth from the perspectives of drug safety and obstetrics and gynecology respectively. Dear female friends, if someone recommends a new drug to you and Read More …