Dronis 20 Tablet is a combination of two medicines used for contraception (to prevent pregnancy) and in the treatment of irregular periods. It helps to prevent the release and fertilization of the egg.
Dronis 20 Tablet can be taken with or without food, but take it at the same time to get the most benefit. It should be taken as per your doctor’s advice.
You will have to take the pill on day one of your menstrual cycle and continue taking it for a whole month.
Once the pack gets over, start with a new one. If you experience vomiting within 4 hours of dose intake, take another tablet.
some commonly seen side effect
There may be ways of reducing or preventing them.
Consult with your doctor if this occurs frequently or persists longer.Inform your doctor if you notice swelling and pain in your limbs, shortness of breath, chest pain or changes in vision, as it may be a sign of a blood clot.
Before taking this medicine, let your doctor know if you smoke and are over 35, or if you have ever had a heart attack or have cancer of the uterus/cervix, or vagina.
USES OF DRONIS TABLET
BENEFITS OF DRONIS TABLET
Dronis 20 Tablet is a contraceptive medicine that stops you from getting pregnant in multiple ways. Firstly, it prevents an egg from being released from your ovaries.
Secondly, it makes the fluid (mucus) in your cervix thicker, which makes it more difficult for sperm to enter the womb.
Additionally, it prevents thickening of the lining of your womb, thereby making it unfavourable for an egg to grow in it.
Dronis 20 Tablet is a reliable and safe method for contraception, if used correctly.
It does not interrupt with sex and you can lead a normal routine life without any worries.
Take it as directed by the doctor to get the most benefit.
SIDE EFFECTS OF DRONIS TABLET
Common side effects of Dronis
- Stomach pain
- Weight gain
- Breast pain
- Irregular uterine bleeding
HOW TO USE DRONIS TABLET
Dronis 20 Tablet may be taken with or without food, but it is better to take it at a fixed time.
HOW DRONIS TABLET WORKS
Dronis 20 Tablet is probably unsafe to use during breastfeeding. Limited human data suggests that the drug may pass into the breastmilk and harm the baby.
Nonhormonal and progestin-only contraceptives are preferred in breastfeeding women, especially during the first 4 weeks postpartum