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Manufacturer: Biolab Sanus
Generic or Brand: Generic
Quantity: 63 Tablets
Prescription Required: No
Indications of Levlen
Levlen is essentially used for the prevention of pregnancy. However, this drug could be used for any other conditions which have been determined by your doctor. Levlen is basically a
combination birth control pill that works through the prevention of ovulation, alteration of the cervical mucus and changing of the uterus lining.
Important Information About Levlen
Levlen should not be used if: you have a history of being allergic to an ingredient found in Levlen; you have had blood clotting problems in the past; you have a history of irregular heartbeat, heart disease, chest pain, migraines or headaches, uncontrolled high blood pressure or blood vessel problems; you have diabetes which could affect circulation; you have or suspect you have breast cancer; you have undiagnosed vaginal bleeding; you have cervical, endometrial or vaginal cancer; you have estrogen-dependent growths; you have yellowing of the skin or eyes because of pregnancy or of prior birth control use; you have liver tumors or liver disease; you already are or you suspect you are pregnant; or if you would be confined to a chair or bed for a long time. Make sure to consult your doctor if these apply to you.
Administration of Levlen
Levlen should only be used as directed by your physician or health care provider. Also check the drug label for the correct dosage instructions. Levlen could be taken with or without food intake. However, if you experience any stomach upset, you could take it with food so that stomach irritation would be reduced.
Levlen should be taken on the first Sunday after the first day of your period, unless your doctor tells you otherwise. Now, if your period starts on a Sunday, you could just begin taking Levlen on that same day. Levlen should be taken at around the same time daily and doses should not be spaced further than 24 hours apart. Once you have already taken the last pill that is in the pack, you could begin taking the first pill of the new pack the net day.
To ensure the effectiveness of Levlen, you would need to take it everyday. Doses should not be skipped or missed. However, if you missed a dose but you were able to remember it within the day that you missed it, you could just take it as soon as you remember to and then just go back to your regular dose schedule later on. But if you remember the missed dose the next day already or if you missed more than a dose of Levlen, read the additional patient information included with Levlen and contact your physician for more instructions. You might need to make use of an additional method of birth control like condoms. If you are uncertain of how to handle any missed doses of Levlen, try to use an addition birth control method and contact your doctor.