|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Offer|
|21 Tablet/s||US$ 0.51||US$ 10.72||
|42 Tablet/s||US$ 0.51||US$ 21.44||
|84 Tablet/s||US$ 0.48||US$ 40.735%US$ 42.88||
|US Brand Name||Seasonique|
|Strength||100 ug + 20 ug|
|Generic Name||Levonorgestrel and Ethinylestradiol|
Loette 100 ug 20 ug is a birth control medicine containing two female hormones, an estrogen called Ethinyl estradiol and a progestin called levonorgestrel. If taken regularly, without missing a pill, it helps to lower the chance of becoming pregnant. In addition to preventing pregnancy, the use of oral contraceptives may provide certain other benefits as well, and they are:
— Periods may become more regular
— Blood flow during menstruation may be lighter
— Pain or other symptoms associated with menstruation may be encountered less frequently
— The chances of developing Ovarian cysts and ectopic pregnancy decreases
These birth control pills do not protect against HIV infection (AIDS) and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). You need to take one pill at the same time every day until the pack is empty.
You should take one pill at the same time every day until you have taken the last tablet of the pack. Do not skip pills even if you feel sick to your stomach or are experiencing spotting. Do not miss any pill, even if you do not have sex often. If you miss a pill, the chances of you getting pregnant increase. The right way to take the pill is to take one daily simultaneously. Missing pills could lead to pregnancy. Many women have spotting or light bleeding or may experience nausea during the initial weeks of taking the pills. If you have vomiting, you should follow the instructions given by your doctor for what to do if you miss pills. If you develop diarrhoea or take some medicines, including certain antibiotics, your birth control pill may not work. Please talk to your doctor if you have any questions or are unsure about the medicine's leaflet or your prescription information.
If a woman is on hormonal contraceptives, certain prescription or herbal products can decrease the plasma concentration of contraceptive hormones. They may decrease the effectiveness of hormonal birth control pills or increase breakthrough bleeding. Here are some medicines and herbal products that may decrease the effectiveness of hormonal birth control pills:
— John’s wort
There have been reports of pregnancy while taking birth control pills and antibiotics, but studies have not shown consistent effects of antibiotics on plasma concentration.
Birth control pills' most common side effects are breast tenderness, nausea, headache, spotting, or bleeding between menstrual periods. Most of these side effects are usually mild and resolve with time.
Less common side effects of Loette are:
— Bloating or fluid retention
— Less sexual desire
— High-fat levels in the blood
— Weight changes
— Problems tolerating contact lenses
— Darkening of the skin, especially on the face
— High blood sugar, especially in women who already have diabetes
— Depression, especially if you had previous episodes of depression
These are not all side effects of Loette. Talk to your doctor if you develop any side effects that bother you. No serious health issue has been reported from an oral contraceptive overdose, even by children who accidentally take the pills.