Dianette is a combined oral contraceptive pill, effective at protecting against pregnancy and is also a popular treatment for skin conditions like acne and hirsutism (excess hair) in women.
In many cases, too-high levels of testosterone can trigger an acne outbreak, damaged skin or excessive body hair. The anti-androgenic properties of the active ingredient, cyproterone competes with testosterone for receptors which, in the long run, could help reduce testosterone levels as well as providing contraceptive cover.
The effect of the Dianette pill is based on a combination of ethinylestradiol and cyproterone acetate. This oestrogen-progestogen combination in the Dianette contraceptive pill works in three ways to protect against pregnancy. It firstly prevents the process of ovulation and stops the release of eggs, thereby reducing the chance of fertilisation. It secondly thickens the mucus in the cervix, making it difficult for sperm to travel successfully through to the uterus. Thirdly, it prevents the thickening of the womb lining so that an egg cannot implant itself and grow successfully. A combination of these methods ensures that this contraceptive pill is highly effective.
The Dianette contraceptive pill, like all prescription hormonal contraceptives, has been proven to provide effective cover when used correctly. If also provide added benefits such as:
The primary use of this combined contraceptive is to prevent pregnancy, but its secondary benefits in alleviating the symptoms of conditions such as acne and hirsutism make it a very popular contraceptive method among many women.
Women who are over the age of 18 and require effective contraceptive cover can buy Dianette online safely and discreetly.
This contraceptive pill is not suitable for use by all women, and may not deemed suitable for:
Other health conditions may affect how the Dianette contraceptive pill works, so it is important that you mention your health history in the consultation. You should also mention if you are taking any other medications as they may interact with this treatment.
The Dianette pill is similar to most combined contraceptive pills in terms of its usage. It is simple to use, and can provide up to 99% efficacy when used correctly. Some guideline are stated below:
If you forget to take your daily Dianette pill, ensure you use it as soon as you remember and carry on with your usage as normal. If you forget over a 24 hour period, do not attempt to take two pills to make up for the forgotten dose. Use one pill as you normally would, but be aware that you may not be fully covered for another 5-7 days. It is essential that you use an additional contraceptive barrier such as a male or female condom during this period.
There's a slight chance of experiencing side effects when you buy Dianette for contraceptive use, as every woman reacts differently to hormonal contraceptives. These might include:
As the body becomes more accustomed to the hormones in the treatment, these symptoms should lessen. If they do persist, please contact your doctor for further advice as Dianette may not be suitable for your further use, and an alternative contraceptive method may be more suitable.
Here at Meds4All, we do not charge you for the consultation service and we can provide a prescription so that you can purchase Dianette. After reviewing your online consultation, one of our partner doctors provides a prescription to our pharmacy. You will then have your contraceptive medication delivered to you the same or next day.
Combined contraceptive pills with higher hormone levels are known to be more effective compared to those with a lower hormone level but are also known to provide a higher risk of side effects.
Treatments containing oestrogen have more risk of serious side effects, such as increased blood pressure or heart attacks compared to those containing progestogen. Progestogen only contraceptives are a little less effective than combined hormonal pills but present less risk of side effects.
After you have stopped using a contraceptive method and you are looking to get pregnant, it is recommended that you wait for at least 2-3 standard menstrual cycles before attempting. It may take a few months for the body to return back to normal after stopping the use of a hormonal pill.
There is not a definitive answer to this question as every woman's body reacts differently to hormones. Weight gain and loss of libido are seen as a common side effects when using hormonal contraceptives, but this can vary widely depending on the individual. For most, the hormones cause an increase in appetite, which then means more food is consumed and stored in the body. On the other hand, weight loss is easier once the treatment has been discontinued.
Yes, this is possible, but please ensure you speak with your doctor if considering this. Practicing such can affect the efficacy of the pill in general use. It is better to discuss what other contraceptive methods can work better in extending your cycles through the year