Carpela 0.035 Mg/2 Mg Tablet is a combination drug, which helps in the prevention of pregnancy. Ensure that you take Carpela 0.035 Mg/2 Mg Tablet only if it is prescribed by your doctor.
The drug should not be used in case you are allergic to any substance present in it. Avoid taking it if you are expecting, or planning on a pregnancy. Patients who have a history of blood clots and suffer from angina should discuss the uses and risks of the drug before taking it. Women who smoke excessively or are under the age of 35 are also not advised to take Carpela 0.035 Mg/2 Mg Tablet.
It is natural that some medications and health conditions may interfere with how Carpela 0.035 Mg/2 Mg Tablet works. To avoid any complications provide your health care professional a detailed medical history, including information about any health problems or allergies you have and a list of drugs that you are taking presently.
The medication should be taken as per the directions given by your doctor. It is meant for oral consumption and should be taken with food or without. If you have a stomach problem it is best that you take Carpela 0.035 Mg/2 Mg Tablet along with a meal to prevent any kind of discomfort. To ensure that the drug is effective make sure you do not miss a dose.
When taking Carpela 0.035 Mg/2 Mg Tablet some common side effects that you are likely to experience are development of a migraine, tension in the breasts, dizziness, vaginitis, headaches, high blood pressure, cramps in the abdomen, acne, nausea along with vomiting.
In case you do experience any of the above mentioned side effects it is best that you inform your doctor about it and seek further medical guidance. If you do have an allergic reaction to it and develop itchy rashes, chest pain and breathing problems or hives get in touch with your doctor immediately.
Information given here is based on the salt content of the medicine. Uses and effects of the medicine may vary from person to person. It is advisable to consult a Gynae-Others before using this medicine.
Post Menopausal Hormonal Replacement Therapy
This medicine is used to replenish the levels of estrogen hormone in women past menopause.
This medicine is used to treat the deficiency of sex hormone due to delayed development of certain glands in females.
Palliative Treatment Of Cancer
This medicine is used to treat certain symptoms in a patient suffering from end stage cancer of the breast or prostate.
This medicine is used as the estrogen component of an oral contraceptive pill.
Vaginal Discharge With No Odor
Swelling Of Face, Lips, Eyelids, Tongue, Hands And Feet
Troubled Breathing And Swallowing
Change In The Texture Of Breast Skin And Nipples
Missed Dose instructions
Take the missed dose as soon as you remember. If it is almost time for the next scheduled dose then the missed dose can be skipped.
Contact your doctor if an overdose is suspected. Symptoms of overdose may include nausea, vomiting, or vaginal bleeding.
This medicine is a semisynthetic estrogen which enters the cells and binds to the estrogen receptors and forms a complex that enters the cell nucleus and bind to the DNA. This activates the DNA transcription of genes that are involved in estrogenic cellular responses.