Microgynon 30 ED


The combination of hormones in Microgynon 30 slows down ovulation. In this way, an egg is not released during the cycle. In addition, the contraceptive pill makes a woman’s reproductive organ less suitable for sperm and a possibly fertilized egg. The sperm will have a more difficult time entering the egg, and the uterus is less suitable for the egg to nest. This birth control pill is often prescribed. The pill is relatively light, and users typically notice few side effects. If you notice any side effects, you will need to contact your doctor or use another method of contraception. Microgynon 30 is taken every day around the same time (thus reducing the chance of forgetting it). One strip of Microgynon 30 contains 21 pills with the day they are to be taken. When a strip is emptied, a 7-day week of no pill is started. In this week there is bleeding that looks like menstruation. After that week a new strip of Microgynon 30 is started. Read the package insert for more information.

What is Microgynon 30 ED?

microgynon 30 ed is a combined oral hormonal contraceptive. It inhibits ovulation and produces changes in cervical discharge (produced by the cervix). It is used to prevent pregnancy.

How does it work?

The contraceptive effect of COCs is based on the interaction of several factors. The most important are considered to be inhibition of ovulation and changes in cervical discharge. In addition to protection against pregnancy, COCs have several positive properties which, together with negative properties, may be helpful in deciding on the method of birth control. The cycle is more regular, menstruation is often less painful, and bleeding is less severe. The latter can lead to a reduction in the appearance of iron deficiency. Apart from this, there is evidence of a decreased risk of endometrial and ovarian cancer. Furthermore, higher dose COCs (0.05 mg ethinylestradiol) have been shown to reduce the incidence of ovarian cysts, pelvic inflammatory disease, benign breast disease, and ectopic pregnancy. It remains to be confirmed whether this also applies to lower-dose COCs.

What are the benefits of taking it?

Microgynon 30 (M30) is a contraceptive pill. It contains 150 mcg of levonorgestrel and 30 mcg of ethinyl estradiol. Microgynon 30 is used as a prevention against pregnancy and is prescribed by the doctor. microgynon 30 ed

How do I use it and its dosage?

Follow exactly the instructions for administration of Microgynon provided by your doctor. In case of doubt, consult your doctor again. Remember to take your medicine, as forgetting coated tablets may decrease the effectiveness of the preparation.

Combined oral contraceptives, when taken correctly, have an error rate of approximately 1% per year. The error rate can increase if tablets are forgotten or taken incorrectly.

The first tablet is drawn from one of the boxes marked with the relevant day of the week (eg “LU” for Monday). The tablets should be taken at around the same time every day, with a little liquid if necessary and in the order indicated on the blister pack. One tablet will be taken daily for 21 consecutive days. A new pack will be started after an interval of 7 days without taking tablets, during which a withdrawal bleed usually occurs (rule). The withdrawal bleed, similar to the rule, will appear two or three days after taking the last tablet, and may not have finished before starting the next pack.

How to start taking Microgynon

If you have not taken any hormonal contraceptive previously (in the previous month)

The tablets will start to be taken on day 1 of the woman’s natural cycle (that is, the first day of menstrual bleeding). It can also be started on days 2 to 5 of the cycle, but in this case, it is recommended to additionally use a barrier method, such as a condom, in the first cycle during the first 7 days of tablet-taking.

Side effects & precautions

Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everyone gets them. If you experience any side effects, especially if they are severe and persistent, or have any health changes that you think may be due to Microgynon, consult your doctor.

Serious adverse effects

All women taking combined hormonal contraceptives are at increased risk of developing blood clots in the veins (venous thromboembolism (VTE)) or blood clots in the arteries (arterial thromboembolism (ASD)). For more detailed information on the different risks of taking combined hormonal contraceptives.

Contact a doctor immediately if you experience any of the following symptoms of angioedema: swelling of the face, tongue and/or throat, and/or difficulty swallowing or hives with possible difficulty breathing.

The adverse Microgynon ED side effects are listed below, classified according to their frequency according to the following criteria:

Infections and infestations

Common: vaginitis (inflammation of the vagina), including candidiasis (yeast infection of the vagina).

Immune system disorders

Rare: hypersensitivity (abnormally increased sensitivity of the skin), allergic-type reactions such as angioedema (swelling of the face, lips, mouth and very rare cases of severe reactions accompanied by difficulty in breathing, dizziness and even loss of consciousness).

Very rare: worsening of systemic lupus erythematosus (a chronic inflammatory autoimmune disorder).

Metabolism and nutrition disorders

Uncommon: changes in appetite (increase or decrease), fluid retention.

Rare: glucose intolerance.

Very rare: worsening of porphyria (haemoglobin metabolism disease).

Psychiatric disorders

Common: mood swings, including depression.

Uncommon: decreased libido (sexual desire).

Rare: increased libido.

Nervous system disorders

Common: headaches, nervousness, vertigo.

Uncommon: migraine.

Very rare: worsening of chorea (a disease-causing movement disorder).

Eye disorders

Rare: intolerance to contact lenses.

Very rare: optic neuritis, retinal vascular thrombosis (abnormalities in the eyes and visual disturbances).

Vascular disorders

Rare: harmful blood clots in a vein or artery, for example:

  • In one leg or foot (i.e. DVT).
  • In a lung (i.e. EP).
  • Heart attack.
  • Ictus.
  • Mild stroke or temporary symptoms are similar to those of a stroke, which is called a transient ischemic attack (TIA).
  • Blood clots in the liver, stomach/intestine, kidneys, or eye.


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