Why use Cerazette?
Cerazette pill is used to prevent any unwanted pregnancy. Sometimes this is given by your doctor to treat other illness. Cerazette pill is a highly effective contraceptive. This will prevent the egg cell to fertilize. Cerazette is available here for $11.35 only.
How do Cerazette works?
Desogestrel is the active ingredient of Cerazette pill. It prevents the male sperm to reach in the egg cell thus preventing the egg cell from being fertilized. Cerazette pill can also cause changes in the uterine lining and cervical mucus. In this case, the sperm finds it hard to reach the uterus. The fertilized egg will not be able to attach in the uterus. The pill will start working in 1 to 5 days of your period.
How to use Cerazette?
Take Cerazette as prescribe by the doctor. This is taken orally. Take one pill at the same time each day. Dosage adjustment is set by the doctor. The dosage is based on the age or response to the action. You can take this pill with or without eating a meal. Do not take a larger amount than what is set by the doctor. Make sure to complete the course treatment to have the best result. Inform your doctor if you will stop taking the pill. Do not take two pills to make up the missing one. This will cause worse side effects.
What are the side effects of Cerazette?
These are some of the side effects of the Cerazette pill. Some of the side effects may occur rarely but severe. If this persists call your doctor right away. This is not the complete list of the side effects of the pill. Minor and Major side effects include:
- Irregular vaginal bleeding
- Vaginal Infections
- Painful menstrual period
- Ovarian cyst
- Nausea and Vomiting
- A headache and Dizziness
- Tenderness of the breast
- Acne, Depression and appetite change
- Weight gain and unusual hair loss
- Loss of interest in sex
Warnings and Precautions
Let your doctor know about your present medications. Always consult and follow the instructions given by your doctor. Do not take Cerazette if:
- You have pre-existing conditions like unusual vaginal bleeding
- You have liver problems, acute porphyria, and thrombosis
- You have breast or liver cancer, heart disease, and blood clot
- You have tuberculosis, lactose intolerant, and epilepsy
- You are already pregnant
- Efficacy and safety is not yet known to 18 years old and below