Chloe table. 3, 28 tablets
Chloe table. 3, 28 tablets
Chloe WHAT IS AND WHAT IT IS USED
Each coated tablet contains active small amount of two different hormones: tsiproteronov acetate (progestogen with anti-androgen properties) and ethinyl estradiol (estrogen). Due to the small amount of hormone is Chloe low dose medicine.
Tsiproteronov acetate, the active ingredient contained in Chloe, inhibits the action of androgens (male hormones), which are synthesized in the female body. This substance can treat diseases, caused both by the increased synthesis of androgens, such as due to increased sensitivity to these hormones.
During treatment with Chloe suppressed the increased function of the sebaceous glands - are glands that play an important role in the development of acne and seborrhea (increased amounts of fat from the skin glands). This water, usually after 3 to 4 months of treatment to heal existing acne rash. Thorough greasy hair and skin usually go away sooner. Hair loss that accompanies seborrheic dermatitis generally stops. Chloe therapy is used in women of childbearing age who suffer from mild forms of hirsutism (excessive body hair), distinguished primarily on the face. Visible results are achieved within a few months of treatment.
Moreover described antiandrogenic effect (effect suppressive effects of male hormones) tsiproteronov acetate has a significant progestational effect (ie the effect of female sex hormones). Using tsiproteronov acetate alone would lead to disruption of the cycle, which can be avoided by a combination of ethinyl estradiol contained in Chloe. This combination is effective if used cyclically according to the instructions given below. Thanks to the combination of two drugs, Chloe has the same effect as any combination tablet: Chloe if used regularly (without missing tablets), the probability of pregnancy is very low. Therefore, it is not necessary to use both hormonal or other method of birth control.
Chloe was created to treat androgen-dependent diseases (those dependent on male hormones) in women. Apply as for acne, especially its prominent forms and accompanied by seborrhea or inflammation or nodosa forms (papulopustular acne, acne nodulotsistichno), androgenetic alopecia (hair loss) and mild forms of hirsutism (excessive body hair).
BEFORE YOU USE Chloe
Do not take Chloe:
If you suffer or have ever suffered from a disease affecting the blood circulation: in particular, all conditions associated with thrombosis (blood clots) in the vessels of the legs (deep vein thrombosis), the lungs (pulmonary embolism - a blood clot in the vessels of the lungs ) in the heart (myocardial infarction), brain (stroke) or other parts of the body if you suffer or have suffered from cerebrovascular accident (stroke). For more information see the leaflet, paragraph "Chloe and thrombosis."
If you have ever had or have symptoms that are very similar to the early symptoms of heart damage (such as. Angina or chest pain) or cerebral events (such as transient symptoms of poor blood supply to the brain or small transient stroke).
If you suffer or have ever suffered from migraines (severe pain in one side of the head), accompanied with visual disorders, speech disorders, weakness or decreased sensation in some parts of the body.
If you have diabetes, which affect blood vessels.
If you suffer or have ever suffered from pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas) associated with high levels of blood fats.
If you have jaundice or other serious liver diseases.
If you have or had cancer, which may have been influenced by sex hormones (eg, breast or genitals).
If you have or have had a benign or malignant tumor of the liver.
If you have vaginal bleeding of unknown origin.
If you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant.
If you are breastfeeding.
If you are hypersensitive (allergic) to ethinylestradiol or tsiproteronov acetate or to any of the excipients contained in Chloe.
If any of these symptoms or illness occurs during the use of Chloe for the first time, immediately discontinue use and seek medical advice. Use a non-hormonal methods of birth control during this time. See also paragraph "General" in the next section.
Chloe does not apply to men.
Be especially careful with Chloe:
This leaflet describes some situations in which you should discontinue use of Chloe or Chloe that reliability may be reduced. In such a situation you should avoid sex or to use an additional, non-hormonal method of contraception, eg. condom or other barrier method. Do not use the calendar method or the method of temperature measurement. These methods can be reliable because Chloe affect normal changes in temperature and composition of mucus secretions of the cervix that occur during the menstrual cycle.
Chloe does not protect against HIV infection (AIDS) and other diseases, sexually transmitted!
Although Chloe acts as oralnoprotivozachatachno tool should only be used to prevent pregnancy.
A more careful monitoring of women who used both Chloe and
described one of the following specific conditions exists. Your doctor will explain everything. So if this is exactly your case, tell your doctor before you start taking Chloe, especially if you:
are a smoker;
you are overweight;
have high blood pressure;
have a defect in the heart valve or heart rhythm disorder;
suffer from inflammation of the veins (especially the superficial veins);
have a "varicose" veins;
any of your immediate family has thrombosis, myocardial infarction, or stroke;
suffer from migraine;
suffer from epilepsy;
You or someone you are close (in time or had) a high level of cholesterol or triglycerides (fats) in the blood;
any of your relatives have breast cancer;
you have liver disease or gallbladder;
suffer from Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis (chronic inflammatory disease of the small intestine);
you have systemic lupus erythematosus (a chronic disease affecting various organs, especially the skin of the whole body);
have hemolytic uremic syndrome (NUS-clotting disorder of blood, causing renal failure);
You have sickle cell anemia;
have or have had conditions that have appeared for the first time or worsened during pregnancy or during previous use of sex hormones (eg hearing impairment, impaired blood discolouration agent called porphyria, a skin like the blistering skin disease called herpes gestationis, nerve disease called Sydenham Sydenham's);
have or have had chloasma (yellowish-brown spots on the skin, especially the face) if so, avoid sunbathing and ultraviolet rays.
If during use of some of these Chloe conditions or illnesses occur for the first time or re-start or worse, you should contact your doctor for advice.
Chloe and thrombosis
Thrombosis is the formation of blood clots that can cause blockage of the vessels.
Sometimes thrombosis develops in the deep veins of the legs (deep vein thrombosis). If the blood clot is released from the vein where it has occurred, it can cause blockage of the arteries in the lungs, this causes the so-called pulmonary embolism. DVTs occur very rarely. They can develop regardless of the use of birth control pills. They can also occur during pregnancy. Risk in women using birth control pills, is higher than those who do not use them, but this risk is markedly lower than during pregnancy.
Very rarely, blood clots can occur in the vessels of the heart (and cause a heart attack) or the brain (and cause cerebrovascular accident). Too often clots can be found in the vessels of the liver, intestines, kidneys or eyes. Extremely rarely, thrombosis can cause severe, lifelong disability or even death. The risk of heart attack or stroke increases with age. It increased significantly in intensive smoking. If you use Chloe, you should stop smoking, especially if you are older than 35 years. If during the use of Chloe an elevated blood pressure, your doctor may advise you to stop using this product.
The risk of developing deep vein thrombosis, transient increases after surgery or prolonged immobilization (eg if you have your leg cast or a splint is fixed). Women who use birth control pills (Chloe) the risk can be even greater. If you are to be placed in a hospital for treatment, or if you have surgery, tell your doctor that you are using Chloe. Your doctor may advise you to stop using Chloe for a few weeks before the planned surgery or during the period when movement is restricted. The doctor will also tell you when to start using again after restoring Chloe. If you experience symptoms that may be attributed to thrombosis, discontinue use Chloe and seek medical advice immediately (see "When to see your doctor?").
Chloe and cancer
In women using contraception tablets, slightly more frequently was established breast cancer than women of the same age who do not use. This slightly increased number of cases of breast cancer diagnoses gradually disappears over a period of 10 years after cessation of use. It is shown that this difference is due to birth control pills. It is possible that these women were examined more often, so the cancer was not discovered earlier.
In women using contraception tablets, rarely seen benign tumor of the liver and even more rarely - malignant. These tumors can cause internal bleeding. If you experience severe pain in the abdomen (stomach), seek immediate medical help. In women using continuous during contraception tablets, more often observed in cancer of the cervix. This data should not be associated with the use of pills, and they can be attributed to the commandment of sexual and other factors.
You should not use Chloe, if you are or think you may be pregnant. If you suspect pregnancy during the use of Chloe, consult a physician immediately.
Taking other medicines
Please tell your doctor if you are taking or have recently taken any other medicines, including those sold without a prescription.
Some medicines may affect the effectiveness of Chloe. This is for medicinal products for the treatment of epilepsy (eg primidone, phenytoin, barbiturates, carbamazepine, oxcarbazepine, topiramate and filbamat) for the treatment of tuberculosis (eg rifampicin, rifabutin) and HIV (AIDS) infection (eg, ritonavir) , antibiotics (eg, penicillins, tetracyclines, griseofulvin) for the treatment of infectious diseases and other plant substances contained in the St. John's wort (used to treat depressed mood). Chloe can also affect the effectiveness of other medicines. Always tell your doctor if you are using or have recently used any drugs or phyto, even if they are sold without a prescription. Also inform any other doctor, including your dentist will prescribe you some other drug (or drug preparation farmatsevtaq) that use Chloe. They will inform you whether or not to use another method of birth control, and if so - how long.
Chloe intake of food and fluids
Take the tablet at about the same time of day with sufficient
Pregnancy and lactation
Seek the advice of your doctor or pharmacist before using any medications.
You should not use Chloe, if you are or think you may be pregnant. If you suspect pregnancy during the use of Chloe, consult a physician immediately.
Chloe should not be used during breastfeeding.
Driving and operating machinery
Does not affect the ability to drive.
Important information about some of the ingredients of Chloe
Chloe lactose. If your doctor has warned you that you have an intolerance to some sugars, contact your doctor before starting treatment with this product.
HOW TO USE Chloe
Chloe always take exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Ask your doctor or pharmacist if you are unsure.
To achieve therapeutic effects and prevent pregnancy Chloe should be taken regularly. Chloe irregular use can cause breakthrough bleeding (ie bleeding between menstrual periods) and may impair the therapeutic effect and reliability of contraception (birth control).
When and how to use the pill?
Each package contains 28 Chloe coated tablets. During the first 21 days must be taken into yellow-orange (active) tablets, while white (inactive) tablets are used for the remaining seven days. Take the tablets every day around the same time of day, with the required amount of liquid. During the last seven days of the cycle (28 days) must appear menstruation (bleeding due to suspension). It usually starts 2-3 days after the 21-day cycle using Chloe. Taking tablets next pack should be started from the first day after the full use of the previous pack, regardless of whether the bleeding is still going or not.
First Chloe pack
If it is hormonal contraception previous month
Chloe started using the first day of the cycle, ie the first day of menstrual bleeding. Chloe So act now and do not require additional methods of contraception.
Using Chloe can begin during the 2nd to the 5th day of the cycle, but in this case you can apply additional (barrier) methods of birth control during the first seven days of the estrous cycle.
If you've used other tablets before combined
You can start with Chloe as the next day after taking the last tablet of the previous pack (this means that there is no pill-free interval). If your previous pack also contains inactive tablets, you can start to use the day Chloe after using the last active tablet (if you are not sure which tablets are active, ask your doctor or pharmacist). You can start taking Chloe and later, but not later than the day after the usual interval without your previous tablets (or after you have been drinking completely inactive tablets last previous pills). If you follow these instructions exactly, it is necessary to use an additional method of birth control.
If you are using tablets containing only progestogen (mini-pills)
You can interrupt the use of mini-pills at any time and take the first tablet Chloe the next day at the same time. However, if you have sex during this time, use a (barrier) method of birth control during the first 7 days of using Chloe. If you use injections, implants or intrauterine bodies releasing progestogen (IUD).
Chloe started using at the time when you should be the next injection or the day implant or body are removed. If you have sex at the same time, use an additional (barrier) method of birth control during the first seven days of beginning to use tablets.
If you have just given birth a child, your doctor may advise you to wait until the first normal period and then start using Chloe. Sometimes it is possible to start earlier. Ask your doctor. If you are breastfeeding and want to use Chloe, must consult your doctor first.
After spontaneous or artificially induced abortion
Consult with your doctor.
The duration of treatment is determined by the doctor.
The duration of treatment depends on the severity of the clinical picture. In general, treatment should be continued for several months. The use of Chloe continue 3-4 cycles after the disappearance of symptoms. If after the time the symptoms recur, treatment can be repeated.
If you take more than necessary Chloe:
No evidence of serious damage to health if used more tablets Chloe simultaneously. If you use more tablets at the same time, you may feel discomfort in your stomach or vomit can occur vaginal bleeding. If you find that the product is used by a child, seek medical attention.
If you forget to take Chloe
.... forget to take a tablet Chloe
if you have passed less than 12 hours after the time when he had to take it, the reliability of the tablet is preserved. Take the missed dose as soon as you remember about it, and continue with the next dose as usual.
If more than 12 hours after the time when he had to take it, the reliability of the tablet may be reduced. The greater the number of consecutively missed tablets, the greater is the risk of reduced contraceptive effect. Particularly high risk of pregnancy exists in case you miss a tablet at the beginning or end of the use of active pills (in the first 21 days of the cycle). In this case, you must follow the rules listed below (see also chart presented below).
More than one missed tablet
Ask your doctor for advice.
One missed tablet in the first week
Take the tablet as soon as you learned about the missing (although this may mean taking two tablets at a time) and use the next tablet as usual. Over the next seven days apply an additional method of birth control (barrier method).
If you had intercourse in the week before you miss a tablet, you might be pregnant. Immediately contact your doctor.
One missed tablet in the second week
Take the tablet as soon as you learned about the missing (although this may mean taking two tablets at a time) and use the next tablet as usual. The reliability of tablets remains unchanged and no further action is necessary to prevent pregnancy.
One missed tablet in the third week
You can choose one of the following without using additional precautions against pregnancy.
1) Take the tablet as soon as you learned about the missing (although this may mean taking two tablets at a time) and use the next tablet as usual. Start the next pack immediately after using the fully active tablet of the previous pack. Bleeding due to disruption of tablets will appear only after complete exhaustion of active tablets of the second pack, but bleeding or breakthrough bleeding may occur during the use of the tablets.
2) Disconnect the use of active tablets of this package and start seven-day use of placebo tablets. You must include a day when you forget to take a tablet. Then continue with the next pack of pills. If you choose this method, you can start the next pack on the day (of the week) as usual.
One missed tablet in the fourth week
Errors in the use of these tablets can be ignored, as these tablets contain no active ingredients. The use of active tablets should start at the exact day.
You may be pregnant if you forget to use the active pills and expected bleeding does not occur. Ask a doctor before using the next pack of pills.
What to do when ................
... have digestive problems (eg vomiting, severe diarrhea) If you vomit or have diarrhea, possibly the active ingredients contained in Chloe are not absorbed completely. If vomiting starts 3-4 hours after taking the tablet, the consequences are the same as if you forget to take one tablet. Follow the instructions, and if you miss a pill. In case of severe diarrhea, ask your doctor.
... want to postpone bleeding
If you want to delay the bleeding, start using the active tablets Chloe next pack immediately after using all active tablets of this package. You can continue treatment as long as you want to complete exhaustion of the tablets of the second pack. If you want to start bleeding just stop taking the tablets. When using the second pack possible bleeding or bleeding occurs. Start the next pack after use, all 28 tablets.
... want to change the date from which the bleeding
If using tablets exactly as instructed, bleeding will start around the same day every 4 weeks. If you want to change the day: just shorten (never Extension) next interval using placebo tablets. For example, if the bleeding usually starts on a Friday and you want it to start on Tuesday (three days earlier), you should start using the next pack of pills three days earlier than usual. If placebo tablet interval is too short (eg H days and shorter), you may not have bleeding at all this cycle. However, possible bleeding or breakthrough bleeding during the use of tablets in the next pack.
... appear unexpected
Like other birth control pills, it may appear irregular / emergency bleeding (bleeding or breakthrough bleeding) between regular menstrual bleeding during the first few months of using Chloe. Can you need sanitary pads or tampons, but continue to use the tablets in accordance with the regular schedule. These exceptional bleeding usually subside once your body gets used to Chloe (3 cycles, as a rule). If these problems persist, the bleeding is severe or occurs immediately after the regular bleeding, consult your doctor.
... no bleeding
If you have been drinking all tablets correctly, have not vomited, you had severe diarrhea and have not used other drugs, it is possible to become pregnant. Continue using Chloe as usual. If two consecutive no bleeding, you may be pregnant. Consult a physician immediately. Do not start the next pack of pills before the physician to rule out any possibility of pregnancy.
If you have questions regarding the use of this product, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS
Like all medicines, Chloe can cause side effects
although not everyone suffers from them.
Like all medicines, Chloe may show adverse reactions.
If you notice any side effects, especially if severe or persistent, or if you feel
change in your health that may be associated with the use of Chloe, check with your doctor.
Serious side effects
Serious reactions associated with the use of tablets and symptoms as described in "Chloe and thrombosis / Chloe and cancer." Please read these parts of the package to get detailed information and if necessary, contact your doctor.
Other possible side effects
The following adverse reactions are described by women who have used Chloe, although not necessarily be caused by it. These side effects may occur especially during the first few months of using Chloe and generally subside with time.
breast tenderness, pain, enlargement, and secretion;
changes in Nagoya, depressed mood / mood changes;
reduced tolerance to contact lenses;
nausea, vomiting and other gastrointestinal problems;
changes in vaginal secretion;
Various skin reactions;
fluid retention in the body;
changes in body weight;
When to see your doctor?
If you use Chloe, your doctor will regularly calling for review.
Contact as soon as possible with your doctor if:
identify any changes in your health, especially condition described in this leaflet (see 'When not used Chloe's "What you should know before you start using Chloe?"). Sure the data relating to your immediate family;
palpable lump in the breast;
intending to start another medicinal product (see also "Chloe and other medicines");
know that mobility will be limited or planned surgery (consult your doctor at least four weeks in advance);
you have unusual, heavy vaginal bleeding;
forgot to use the new packaging of tablets in the first week and had sexual intercourse in the previous 7 days;
you have severe diarrhea;
two consecutive times you have menstrual bleeding or suspect that you are pregnant (do not start a new pack without checking with your doctor).
Immediately stop using the tablets and seek medical attention if you notice possible signs of thrombosis, heart attack or stroke, which may show, for example, by:
an unusual cough;
severe pain in the chest which may move to the left arm;
difficulty breathing spontaneously;
unusually severe or prolonged headache or migraine;
partial or complete loss of vision or double vision;
slurred speech or inability to speak;
sudden change of hearing, smell and taste sensations;
dizziness or fainting;
weakness or feeling of numbness in any part of the body;
severe abdominal pain;
severe pain or swelling in the lower limbs.
Above symptoms are described and explained in detail in other sections of this sheet.
If any of the side effects gets serious, or if you notice any side effects not specified in this leaflet, please tell your doctor or pharmacist.
HOW TO KEEP Chloe
Keep out of reach of children.
Do not store above 25 ° in the original packaging.
Do not use Chloe after the expiry date printed on the box / blister. Expiry date refers to the last day of the months progress.