SLINDA is a birth control pill (oral contraceptive) also called a POP (progestin only pill) that is used by females who can become pregnant to prevent.
Slinda® For the 1st time Estrogen free Pill with 4 days hormonal-free period in a 24+4 regimen.
Slinda® comes with a 24 H window of the missed pill without compromising the contraceptive efficacy.
Slinda® comes with comparable efficacy to Combined Oral Contraceptive Pills (COC).
Slinda®, has an extended safety profile. No thromboembolic events, strong bone, healthy endometrium, and many more. A highly accepted bleeding profile makes
Slinda®is safe during breastfeeding.
How to use:
How to take SLINDA:
Take 1 pill every day at the same time. Take the pills in the order directed on your blister pack.
Both the white pills and the green pills should be swallowed whole.
Do not skip your pills, even if you do not have sex often. If you miss pills (including starting the blister pack late) you could get pregnant. The more pills you miss, the more likely you are to get pregnant.
If you have trouble remembering to take SLINDA, talk to your healthcare provider. When you first start taking SLINDA, spotting or light bleeding in between your periods may occur. Contact your healthcare provider if this does not go away after a few months.
You may feel sick to your stomach (nauseous), especially during the first few months of taking SLINDA. If you feel sick to your stomach, do not stop taking the pill. The problem will usually go away.
If your nausea does not go away, call your healthcare provider.
Missing pills can also cause spotting or light bleeding, even when you take the missed pills later. On the days you take 2 pills to make up for missed pills (see below), you could also feel a little sick to your stomach.
Some females miss periods on hormonal birth control, even when they are not pregnant. However, if you miss a period and have not taken SLINDA according to directions, or miss 2 periods in a row, or feel like you may be pregnant, call your healthcare provider. If you have a positive pregnancy test, you.
Caution & Warnings:
If you have vomiting or diarrhea within 3 to 4 hours of taking your pill, take a new pill (the pill scheduled for the next day) from your blister pack within 12 hours of the usual time you take your pill, if possible.
Continue taking all your remaining pills in order.
Start the first pill of your next blister pack the day after finishing your current blister pack. This will be 1 day earlier than originally scheduled.
Continue on your new schedule.
If you have vomiting or diarrhea for more than 1 day, your birth control pills may not work as well. If you have sex within 7 days after 1 or more days of vomiting or having diarrhea, use an additional form of birth control, like condoms or spermicide, as back-up contraception.
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