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LINDYNETTE 30 mg. 21 tablets

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What is Lindinet 30 and what to use
Lindinet 30 for oral contraceptive, a representative of a group of medicines, often referred to as "the tablet". Lindinet 30 contains two types of hormones: estrogen (etinilestradiol) and progestagen (gestodene). These hormones prevent the egg from the ovary release every month (ovulation). They also lead to thickening of the secret (mukus) in cervical cancer (smear) make it a difficult barrier for possible sperm that cannot reach the egg, and also changing Uterine lining, make it more blunt to the mature ovum.
Medical studies and experience show that when correct reception the Tablet is effective and reversible form of control.

Remember, the combined contraceptive tablets, such as the Lindinet and 30 will not protect you from sexually transmitted-diseases (such as AIDS). Only condoms (condom) can protect you in these cases.

YOU AND THE TABLET
How your body is preparing for the coming pregnancy (menstrualniât cycle).
Typically, when You may experience pregnancy (conception) from the moment you start every month to have menstruation (usually this happens during puberty) until stop menstruation (period of menopause). Each menstrual cycle consists of about 28 days. Around the middle of this period, one egg is released from one of your ovaries and falls within the so-called. Falopieva tube. This is called ovulation.
The egg travels down the fallopian tube through towards the uterus. When you have sexual contact from your partner's penis is thrown away millions of sperm, which fall into the vagina. Some of these sperm moving upward through the uterus and Fallopian tube reach. If one of the two fallopian tubes at this time is egg and one sperm reaches it, pregnancy can occur. This is called conception (concept).
So the fertilized egg is attached to the uterine lining and for nine months is becoming a mature fruit. Because the egg could be viable for two days, and the viability of sperm is five days, this means that if you had intercourse within five days before ovulation and some time after that, it may experience pregnancy. If fertilization does not occur, you will lose the egg at the end of the menstrual cycle, together with part of the uterine lining. This is called otpadno bleeding (menstruation).

What is the role of natural hormones.
Your menstrual cycle is controlled by two sex hormones produced by the ovaries: estrogen and progesterone (or so-called progestogen). The level of Your estrogen levels increase during the first half of Your menstrual cycle, which leads to the swelling of the uterine lining, i.e. to its preparation for implantation of the egg, if fertilization. The action of progesterone occurs at a later stage of Your menstrual cycle as leads to changes in the uterine lining associated with impending pregnancy.
If no pregnancy occurs, then the amount of these hormones will decrease, which will lead to the Elimination of some of the uterine lining. As noted above, otpadaŝata part of the uterine lining is leaving your body at the onset of bleeding otpadno. If pregnancy occurs, Your ovaries and placenta (through her fetus is attached to the uterine wall and so receives nutrients) produce progesterone and estrogen to prevent further release of ova. This means that while you are pregnant your body do not occur in ovulation and menstruation.

How do the tablets?
The combined contraceptive tablets, to which it relates and 30 Lindinet contain hormones that are the same as those produced by your body (estrogen and progestogen). These hormones prevent you from onset of pregnancy, in the same way as those produced by your body hormones prevent you from becoming pregnant again, when you're already pregnant.

The combined contraceptive pills protect you from getting pregnant in one of three ways:
1. Prevented is the ability to release an egg to be fertilized by a sperm cell.
2. Your secret link in the uterine cervix thicken, making it harder for sperm surmountable.
3. the uterine lining doesn't swells enough to implant in her egg and growing.

2. What you need to know before using Lindinet 30
General notes
Before you can start using Lindinet 30, you should read the information on blood clots in point 2. It is particularly important to read the symptoms of a blood clot. point 2 "blood clots").

When you should not use Lindinet 30:
You should not use the Lindinet 30, if you have any of the diseases listed below.
If you have any of them, you should tell your doctor. 

What is the role of natural hormones.
Your menstrual cycle is controlled by two sex hormones produced by the ovaries: estrogen and progesterone (or so-called progestogen). The level of Your estrogen levels increase during the first half of Your menstrual cycle, which leads to the swelling of the uterine lining, i.e. to its preparation for implantation of the egg, if fertilization. The action of progesterone occurs at a later stage of Your menstrual cycle as leads to changes in the uterine lining associated with impending pregnancy.
If no pregnancy occurs, then the amount of these hormones will decrease, which will lead to the Elimination of some of the uterine lining. As noted above, otpadaŝata part of the uterine lining is leaving your body at the onset of bleeding otpadno. If pregnancy occurs, Your ovaries and placenta (through her fetus is attached to the uterine wall and so receives nutrients) produce progesterone and estrogen to prevent further release of ova. This means that while you are pregnant your body do not occur in ovulation and menstruation.

How do the tablets?
The combined contraceptive tablets, to which it relates and 30 Lindinet contain hormones that are the same as those produced by your body (estrogen and progestogen). These hormones prevent you from onset of pregnancy, in the same way as those produced by your body hormones prevent you from becoming pregnant again, when you're already pregnant.

The combined contraceptive pills protect you from getting pregnant in one of three ways:
1. Prevented is the ability to release an egg to be fertilized by a sperm cell.
2. Your secret link in the uterine cervix thicken, making it harder for sperm surmountable.
3. the uterine lining doesn't swells enough to implant in her egg and growing.

2. What you need to know before using Lindinet 30
General notes
Before you can start using Lindinet 30, you should read the information on blood clots in point 2. It is particularly important to read the symptoms of a blood clot. point 2 "blood clots").

When you should not use Lindinet 30:
You should not use the Lindinet 30, if you have any of the diseases listed below.
If you have any of them, you should tell your doctor. He will discuss with you what other form of contraception would be more appropriate:
If you have (or ever had) a blood clot in a blood vessel in the legs (deep vein thrombosis (DVT)), the lungs (pulmonary embolism (was)) or other authorities;
If you know that you have a disease affecting the blood clotting, such as shortage of protein c, protein S deficiency, deficiency of Antithrombin III, Factor V Leiden or the antiphospholipid antibodies;
If you need surgery or if you are immobilized for long periods of time (see section "blood clots");
If you have ever had a heart attack or stroke;
If you have (or ever had) angina (a disease that causes severe pain in the chest area and may be the first sign of a heart attack) or transient ischemic attack (PIA-transient symptoms of stroke);
If you have any of the following medical conditions that may increase the risk of blood clot formation in the arteries:
severe diabetes with damage to blood vessels;
very high blood pressure;
very high level of blood fats (cholesterol or triglycerides);
a condition known as hiperhomocisteinemiâ;
If you have (or ever had) a type of migraine called "migraine with aura".
You should not take Lindinet 30, if you suffer from any of the States listed below. If you suffer from any of these diseases you must inform your doctor. Your doctor may consider that Lindinet is not a suitable for you and recommend using another method of contraception.

Notify your doctor if you:
you have suffered from a disease affecting the blood circulation known as thrombosis (e.g. blood clots in blood vessels in the legs, lungs, heart, brain, eyes, or in some other organs of your body);
have experienced a heart attack or chest frog (strong chest pain) or stroke (such as sudden weakness or numbness occurs on one side of your body);
You or Your close relatives have suffered from diseases that increase the risk for blood clots (see also the section "Tablet and the development of thrombosis");
you suffer from diabetes with accompanying changes in blood vessels;
you have or have had in the past, visual disturbances due to disease of the circulatory system;
you have high blood pressure (hypertension);
you suffer or have suffered from liver disease;
you suffer or have suffered from a tumour of the liver;
you suffer from breast cancer and other malignancies, such as ovarian cancer, cancer of the cervix, or uterine cancer;

Periodic medical examinations
Before you start taking Lindinet 30, your doctor must obtain detailed information by asking you questions that concern you and Your close relatives. Your doctor will measure your blood pressure and make sure that you are not pregnant. You can also examine you. Once you have started the intake of Lindinet 30, will meet again with your doctor to perform a regular review. This will happen when you go back to your doctor to prescribe more tablets.

Inform your doctor if you suffer from any of the following diseases.
You should also inform your doctor and if the disease develop or worsen while using Lindinet 30:
If you have Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis (chronic inflammatory disease of the bowel);
If you have Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (CLE-illness affecting your natural defense system);
If you have a hemolytic-uremic syndrome (HUS-a bleeding disorder that causes kidney failure);
If you have sickle cell disease (an inherited disease of the red blood cells);
If you have elevated levels of fats in the blood (hypertriglyceridemia) or a family history of this disease. Hipertrigliceridemiâta is associated with an increased risk of developing pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas);
If you need surgery or are immobile for long periods of time (see section 2 "blood clots");
If you have just given birth, are at an increased risk of blood clots; You should ask your doctor how long after birth you can start taking Lindinet 30;
If you have inflammation in the veins under the skin (superficial thrombophlebitis);
If you have varicose veins.
Immediately notify your doctor if ...
get some of the below listed conditions, while taking Lindinet 30. Also, do not take more tablets until you talk with your doctor. During this time, use another method of contraception, such as condoms or a diaphragm with spermiciden cream:
If you get migraines for the first time, or if you suffer from migraines which deteriorate or migraine attacks become more frequent than before;
If you have symptoms for blood clots formed. (see also the section "Tablet and the development of thrombosis"). These symptoms include:
unusual pain or swelling of the leg (s);
a sudden sharp pain in the chest that may spread to the left hand;
sudden shortness of breath or difficulty breathing occurred;
sudden cough without logical reason;
unusually strong or prolonged headache;
abrupt changes in the Visual field (such as loss of vision or bleary-eyed);
impaired speech or other difficulties in speech;
dizziness (Vertigo);
dizziness, fainting or kolabirane (fainting);
sudden weakness or numbness on one side of your body;
difficulty in movement (known as motor disorders);
severe pain in the abdomen (known as acute abdomen);
If you have had surgery or immobilization (have not been able to move around as usual). You need to stop taking the 30 Lindinet at least four weeks before the planned surgical treatment (e.g. abdominal surgery), or in the operations of the lower limbs. Also, if you are immobile for prolonged periods (e.g. If you are in bed after an accident occurred or surgery, or if you have placed a cast after fracture of lower limb). Taking the tablets should not be resumed until 2 weeks after complete movement. Your doctor will recommend when taking Lindinet 30 again;
If you think you may be pregnant.
Tell your doctor before you start taking 30 Lindinet if ...
Know that you are suffering from any of the following diseases. In these cases, you should inform your doctor as these conditions may worsen while taking the tablets. If any of the following conditions worsen or appear for the first time, notify your doctor as soon as possible. Your doctor may have you stop taking Lindinet 30 and recommend using another method of contraception:
If you or a member of your family, suffer from an increased level of fats (lipids) in the blood, also known as hypertriglyceridemia, since this may increase the risk for developing a disease affecting the pancreas, called pancreatitis;
If you suffer from:
high blood pressure (hypertension);
yellowing of the skin (jaundice);
itching all over the body (pruritus);
stones in the gallbladder;
an inherited disease called Porphyria;
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus-SLE (inflammatory disease that can affect a large part of the body, including the skin, joints and internal organs);
blood disease called hemolytic-uremic syndrome HUS (a condition in which blood clots causing kidney failure);
movement disorders referred to as Chorea of Sidn″m;
rash known as herpes of pregnancy;

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