Dronis 3 mg .02 mg
|Description||Drospirenone and Ethinyl Estradiol|
|Strength||3 mg + .02 mg|
|Generic Name||Drospirenone and Ethinyl Estradiol|
Dronis 3 mg .02 mg (Drospirenone and Ethinyl Estradiol)
Dronis is the most protective contraceptive pill, which is formulated to prevent unintended pregnancy in women. It is a mixture of two active ingredients such as Drospirenone and Ethinyl estradiol. The medicine acts by preventing the release of an egg from the ovaries during the menstruation. It disrupts the process of ovulation and cause changes in the uterus as well as cervical lining and prevents fertilization.
What is Dronis used for?
Dronis is a combination birth control pill. It is an effective oral contraceptive used to prevent unwanted pregnancy. Apart from birth control, this medicine can also be prescribed for menstrual problems or acne issues. Furthermore, the regular intake of Dronis decreases the risk of ovarian cysts.
How does Dronis work?
The medicine is recommended for women. It works to prevent the release of an egg during the menstrual cycle. Its regular intake may also helpful in making your periods regular and decrease blood loss during periods.
What does Dronis contain?
Dronis is a mixture two main ingredients, namely, Drospirenone and Ethinyl estradiol. Each tablet delivers 3 mg of Drospirenone and .02 mg of Ethinyl estradiol.
What are the side effects of Dronis?
Like any other contraceptive pill, Dronis too can cause unwanted effects, these include:
- Dark urine
- Yellowing of eyes
- Weakness on one side of the body
- Warmth in the groin
- Mood changes
- Severe dizziness
- Unusual sweating
- Lumps in the breast
- Symptoms of a high potassium blood level
- Headaches with vision changes
- Missed periods
- Sudden heavy bleeding
However, these symptoms might not bother all, but still, in case you feel any discomfort, talk to your health care specialist immediately.
What medications interact with Dronis?
Drug interactions may occur with the intake of Dronis, so it is important that you do not start or stop any medicine without first discussing with your health care specialist. The following are the drugs that might show interactions with this contraceptive pill:
- ACE inhibitors such as Enalapril and Lisinopril
- Tranexamic acid
- Angiotensin receptor blockers, such as Valsartan
Make sure that you visit your health care specialist’s place regularly for examination while taking Dronis so that any of the negative interaction can be handled at the right time.
When should Dronis not be used?
The medicine is not suitable to use in the following conditions:
- Kidney insufficiency
- Liver insufficiency
- High blood pressure
- Heart disease
- Neurological symptoms
- Uterus cancer
- Blood clot
- Adrenal insufficiency
- Breast cancer
How should Dronis be used?
The medicine is supplied in the form of tablet to be taken once daily. It should be swallowed with water. The contraceptive pill can be taken before or after consuming food, but should be taken daily at the same time to prevent unwanted pregnancy.
The birth control pill can only be obtained with a prescription. You should check with your health care specialist if you are not sure about what to do.
How long should you use Dronis?
Keep on taking the tablet for as long as recommended by your health care specialist. Do not adjust your dosing schedule without checking with your health care specialist.
Missed dose of Dronis?
If you miss a dose of Dronis, there are chances that you might become pregnant, so it is necessary that you always keep a backup contraceptive ready. Follow a routine by taking this birth control pill at the same time daily. Taking this medicine before going to bed would reduce the chances of discomfort due to dizziness or stomach cramps.
How should Dronis be stored?
- Store this medication at controlled room temperature, protected from moisture and direct light
- Do not freeze the tablets