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Quartette is a uniquely differentiated product and is based on Teva s research into when breakthrough bleeding is most likely to occur with these regimens, said Senior vice president & general manager, Global Teva women's health Jill DeSimone.
Breakthrough bleeding was assessed, and the pharmacokinetics of the OC were tested under proper conditions.
Women who choose Lybrel for contraception after discussing it with their physician or other health care provider can be prepared for breakthrough bleeding and spotting, and may be more likely to continue taking the pill.
However, you may have some spotting or breakthrough bleeding, particularly when you first start using Lybrel.
For women who have not had a menstrual period for more than six weeks, it may be advisable to induce a withdrawal bleed first with medroxyprogesterone acetate to minimize the amount of breakthrough bleeding.
NUVELLE (hormone replacement therapy): Breakthrough bleeding, spotting and breast tenderness or enlargement, anxiety, increased appetite, bloating, palpitations, depressive symptoms, headache, dizziness, dyspepsia, leg pains, oedema, altered libido, nausea, rashes, vomiting, altered weight.
Oral contraceptives: Taking St John's Wort and the Pill can lead to breakthrough bleeding and increase the risk of pregnancy.
Breakthrough bleeding is one of the symptoms indicating that the pill has lost some of its effectiveness.
First Ascending-Dose Extended Regimen Oral Contraceptive Designed to Decrease Breakthrough Bleeding Between Scheduled Periods --
The primary clinical trial that evaluated the efficacy of Quartette(TM) also assessed breakthrough bleeding (BTB).
Breakthrough bleeding, unscheduled bleeding, withdrawal bleeding, a pill period--these are all terms used by health care providers to describe the nonmenstrual bleeding that may occur among women taking oral contraceptives (OCs).
Breakthrough bleeding with continuous OCs has been shown to be effectively managed by institution of an abbreviated 3-day HFI.
Interactions with the oral contraceptive pill (OCP) causing breakthrough bleeding are another concern that may involve HP, although the author states several trials have revealed the herb does not alter hormonal concentrations of OCP, also mentioning that non compliance can be an issue and that 20-60% of women complain of intracyclic bleeding even when no enzyme inducing medication is co-administered.
It definitely shouldn't be used by women on the pill because there have been a few cases of breakthrough bleeding, which would seem to indicate that it is interfering with the level of contraceptive protection.
Breakthrough bleeding is a common side effect in the first three months.