Brand: Yasmin

Drug Type: Hormonal contraceptives

Form: Tablet

Age limit: 14 years and above

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Yasmin Contraceptive Tablet is a mixture of the hormones progestin and estrogen (Ethinyl estradiol) (drospirenone). The use of this substance helps prevent pregnancy. In addition to preventing pregnancy, birth control pills may regularize periods, lessen blood loss and unpleasant periods, and lower your risk of developing ovarian cysts. The use of this drug does not offer protection from STDs for either you or your partner (such as HIV, gonorrhea, and chlamydia).


Administer Yasmin Contraceptive Tablet every day for about twenty-one days. One tablet daily is the amount that is prescribed. The dosing instructions are explained to the patient. It is in addition to the side effects of the drug. One should take this medication until the doctor sees fit. The doctor is in charge of the prescription. 


The side effects of Yasmin Contraceptive Tablet are visible differently in different people. The side effects are mentioned below:

  1. Nausea
  2. Weight changes
  3. Vomiting
  4. Bloating
  5. Itching
  6. Headache
  7. Breast tenderness
  8. Stomach ache

The doctor knows how to manage the side effects. Visit the expert in case the side effects persist for a long time. 


The dosage depends on severity and patients response. Take one pill every day for 21 days using the 21-day supply. After seven days without taking any medications, start the following pack. 28-day pack: Take one tablet per day for the first 21 days, then 1 “reminder” tablet per day for the next seven days before starting the following pack. The ideal time to begin your medication should be discussed with your doctor. Your doctor might advise you to begin taking your medication on the first Sunday after the beginning of your period or on Days 1 or 5 of your period. The pills should be taken daily at roughly the same time (e.g., with a meal or at bedtime).


  1. Adverse side effects of combining Yasmin Contraceptive Tablet with other medicines exist. Book an appointment with the doctor if these side effects occur.
  2. Women who have previously experienced epileptic seizures should talk to their doctor about the chance that this medicine could make them more likely to occur.
  3. The likelihood of gallbladder issues rises with the usage of hormonal contraceptives. Contact your doctor if you have signs of gallbladder issues such as severe stomach or back (between the shoulder blades) pain, nausea, or vomiting.
  4. This drug may exacerbate fibroid tumors, which are benign growths in the uterus, leading to abrupt swelling, pain, or sensitivity. Contact your doctor if you experience any of these consequences. 
  5. Women who suffer from migraines should talk to their doctor about how this medicine can influence their health and whether any additional monitoring is necessary. Inform your physician if you get new, severe headaches that are recurrent, persistent, or that are getting worse.

The doctor is the authority on what to avoid when taking this medication. Some precautions heeded are for a better outcome.


Yasmin Contraceptive Tablet interacts with other medicines and can reduce the effectiveness of the medication taken. The doctor informs the patient about the drugs that should not be mixed.

The other drugs it interacts with stated below:

  1. Hemin
  2. Etodolac
  3. Diclofenac
  4. Cobicistat
  5. Ceritinib
  6. Belzutifan
  7. Atazanavir
  8. Acarbose

The diseases that interact with this medicine are Liver disease, Hypertension, and Hepatic neoplasms.   


Active Ingredients Inactive Ingredients
Drospirenone Magnesium stearate
Ethinyl Estradiol Ferric oxide pigment
Yellow NF
No. of Pills

21 Pills, 42 Pills, 63 Pills, 84 Pills, 126 Pills, 168 Pills

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