Guide
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main action "regulon" is to suppress ovulation and inhibit (slow) process of synthesis of gonadotropins.The drug increases the viscosity of cervical mucus, as a result of the movement of sperm cervical canal is slowing.The altered state of the endometrium inhibits implantation of a fertilized egg.In addition, the "regulon" improves lipid metabolism, resulting in a normal menstrual cycle, improves skin condition.
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received the drug in the 1st day of menstruation.Then drink on 1 tab.per day for 21 days, preferably in one and the same time.From the 1st day of use "regulon" there is no need to use other methods of contraception more.Reception can begin on day 2-5 cycle periods, but in this case, the first 7 days of further use condoms, spermicides, etc.If it has been more than 5 days of the cycle, delay the start of the reception "regulo
n" until the next menstrual period.
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After receiving 21 minutes pills take a break for 7 days.At this time, it is developing menstrualnopodobnoe bleeding, leaner and less painful than usual periods.Take the first pill of another package, the next day after a 7-day interval regardless of whether the discharge stopped.
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In the transition from 21-, 22-, 28-day oral contraceptive start taking "Regulon" the next day after taking the previous funds.No need to take a break, waiting for the onset of menstruation, further protected.In the case of the drug "mini-pill" (containing only progestogen) take the first pill "regulon" in the 1 st day of the beginning of menstruation.In the absence of menstruation can start any day of the reception, but the first 7 dneey use "regulon" is necessary to apply additional means of contraception.
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With "regulon" can delay the onset of menstruation: it will continue taking the tablets from the next package without making a 7-day break.In the first week spotting may occur, but the effect of the drug is not reduced.When the pills run out of the box, do the usual break.
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Ā«Regulon" is contraindicated in migraine with focal neurological symptoms, venous thromboembolism in the history of the disease, angina, transient ischemic attack, arterial or venous thrombosis, diabetes, cholestatic jaundice, jaundice while taking corticosteroids, dyslipidemia, pancreatitis, hepatitis, severe liver disease, liver tumors, gallstones, vaginal bleeding of unknown origin, hormone-dependent breast cancers and genital organs, pregnancy and lactation, smoking women aged 35 years.