Belara Chlormadinone/Ethinylestradiol and/or alternatives
Belara 2mg/0.03mgManufacturer: Schering Plough Source Country : Turkey
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Description of Belara
Belara is a contraceptive pill. The generic name of the drug is Ethinyl Estradiol.
It is better to consult a doctor and make sure that you are not pregnant before you buy Belara. The drug is taken orally with or without food. You must swallow the tablet; don’t chew.
Indications & Dosage of Belara
Belara is a hormonal contraceptive taken orally to prevent pregnancy. It contains two hormones and is also known as ‘Combined oral contraceptives’ (AOC). Each Belara tablet contains chlormadinone acetate (2 mg) and ethinyl oestradiol (0.03 mg) and excipients such as Lactose monohydrate, maize starch, povidone K30 and magnesium stearate (Ph Eur).Take the first tablet on the first day of your menstruation. Continue taking one tablet every day to get the best results. The interval between the intake of tablets must be 24 hours. The days noted adjacent to the tablets in the strip will help you make sure that whether you missed any dose or not. After taking the last tablet, there is a 7-day interval where you don’t need to take the tablet. There will be slight bleeding within 2-4 days after taking the last tablet. Once the 7-day medication interval is over, start with the new strip of tablets even if the bleeding persists.
While using Belara consult a gynecologist once in every six months. If you are taking the tablet soon after miscarriage or delivery, buy the drug only as per the prescription of the doctor. Ask the doctor if additional protection is needed. If you miss a dose of Belara , try to take it in 12 hours at the latest.
Belara must be kept at room temperature below 30 degree Celsius away from moisture and heat.
Side Effects & Interactions of Belara
The common side effects of Belara are:
- Vaginal discharge
- Menstrual pain
- Pain in the breasts
- Absence of menstruation
- Visual disorders
- Increase in weight
- High blood pressure
Serious side effects of Belara are:
- Allergic skin reactions
- Fungal infection of the vagina
- Dry skin
- Hair loss
- Low blood pressure
- Inflammation of the vagina
- Fleeting acne
- Increased appetite
- Muscle problems
- Secretion from the breasts
- Decrease in libido
- Premenstrual syndrome
- Pigmentation problems
Consult your doctor if the serious side effects persist.
Belara will interact with the following drugs:
Inform your doctor about all your pervious medications including over-the-counter medications and herbal products.
Warnings & Precautions of Belara
You must not buy Belara if you have:
- An allergy to any of the ingredients in the tablet
- Blood clots in the veins or arteries
- Symptoms of vein inflammation
- High blood pressure
- Blood clotting disorders
- Severe stomach pain
- Inflammation in the liver
- Severe depression
You must not use Belara if you are a heavy smoker.
You must not use Belara if you are pregnant. It is advisable to avoid the medicine if you are breastfeeding as it will decrease the quality and quantity of breast milk. Belara must not be administered on children.