Ethinylestradiol

 
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Birth control

Ethinylestradiol is a popular birth control drug.

Ethinylestradiol is prescribed in order to prevent an unwanted pregnancy.

Without a Prescription

Ethinylestradiol is prescribed to women who want to avoid unwanted pregnancies.

Dosage

Ask your pharmacist to calculate the dose of Ethinylestradiol that suits you best.

Side Effects

Side effects may include:
- Breast tenderness;
- Headaches;
- Nausea;
- Spotting between periods;

Brand Names

Other synonyms:
- Virilit;
- Purfilx;
- Procur;
- Omnigeriat;
- Minerva;
- Kebirterona;
- Elleacnelle;
- Ginette;
- Cyprohexal;
- Curandron;
- Ciproplex;
- Ciprofarma;
- Ciclamil;
- Ceprater;
- Bioterona;
- Asoteron;
- Androstat;
- Androneo;
- Andro-Ginette;

Contraindications

A treatment with Ethinylestradiol reduces the risk of:
- Benign breast disorders;
- Developing fibroids;
- Ectopic pregnancies;
- Even anemia (iron deficiency);
- Menorrhagia (prolonged heavy menstruation bleeding);
- Ovarian cysts;
- Pelvic inflammatory disease (also known as womb infections);
Without Prescription (2017)