- Diane-35 - not only contraceptive
- Drug Interactions
Drug interaction Diana 35
Hepatic enzyme inducers. Drugs that induce hepatic enzymes and stimulate the metabolism of components Diana 35, and therefore may reduce its effectiveness. Here are some of the drugs in this category, which is not recommended to be taken with Diana 35.
- Barbiturates (including phenobarbital);
Antibiotics and antifungals:
If the patient requires a short-term course of taking one of these drugs, it should be throughout the course of treatment along with Diana 35 to use any other means of contraception. If the patient is taking rifampicin or griseofulvin, additional means of contraception must be used, and for 28 days after treatment.
Women who need to take any of these drugs for a long time, you need to constantly use other means of contraception.
Antibiotics have not enzyme-inducing effect. Drugs in this category (eg, penicillins and tetracyclines) may also reduce the effectiveness of Diane 35. For this reason, at the time of their admission women are advised to use barrier contraception.
Results of laboratory analyzes
Diana 35 can not affect the results of some laboratory tests, among them - analyzes carried out to assess the function of the liver, kidney, adrenal and thyroid glands
The thyroid gland - is responsible for your hormones
. The doctor, appointing certain tests must be aware of the fact that the patient receives the Diana 35.
Pregnancy and breastfeeding
During pregnancy intake Diana 35 contraindicated. If the pregnancy during treatment, you should immediately stop taking the drug. Animal studies showed that cyproterone acetate is the feminization of the male fetus at the stage of embryogenesis, in which the differentiation of the external genitalia. Although not proven, that the same thing can occur during fetal development of man is considered likely that the reception Diana 35 after 45 days of pregnancy can lead to feminization of male fetus. For this reason, pregnancy is an absolute contraindication to the use of Diane 35, and before the start of treatment is required to make sure that the patient is not pregnant.
Reception Diana 35 during lactation can cause a decrease in milk production, and changes in its composition. Relatively small amounts of the active ingredients of the drug appear along with breast milk. This amount of these compounds may affect the child, especially during the first six weeks of life. Women should not take Diana 35 before the end of the breastfeeding period.
Common side effects (found, on average, 1 patient out of 100):
- The pain and breast tenderness;
- Depression (when the signs of depression
Depression - a little more than a bad mood
should seek medical advice immediately);
- Headaches (consult your doctor if you have unusually severe headaches);
- Sudden mood changes for no apparent reason;
- Stomach ache;
- The increase in weight.
Rare side effects (occurs, on average, 1 patient out of 1,000)
- Decreased libido;
- Breast augmentation;
- Skin rash;
- Signs of stomach disorders such as diarrhea and vomiting.
Most side effects are rare (occur in less than 1 in 10,000 patients):
- Discharge from the nipple;
- Skin problems;
- Hypersensitivity reactions;
- Increased libido
- Decreased libido;
- Intolerance to contact lenses
Contact lenses - whether they can completely replace the glasses?
- Unusual discharge from the vagina
Diana 35 Overdose can cause nausea, vomiting, and vaginal bleeding. If you suspect an overdose as soon as possible to consult with your doctor.