Gedarel 30/150 Contraceptive Pill
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What is Gedarel 30/150?
Gedarel is a combined oral contraceptive pill taken by women to prevent pregnancy.
Gedarel is known as a monophasic combined pill, which means that each pill contains the same amount of active ingredients.
You need a prescription to buy Gedarel 30/150.
Why is Gedarel a recommended contraceptive pill?
Gedarel 30/150 tablets are one of the most reliable reversible forms of contraceptives. When taken correctly, this contraceptive pill is 99% effective at preventing pregnancy.
It is also available to buy in a lower dose, medicine direct stock Gedarel 20/150 contraceptive pill.
Gedarel tablets contain a lower dose in comparison to the majority of other contraceptive pills, so if you are prone to suffering from side effects this pill may be the most suitable for you.
How does Gedarel work?
Gedarel 30/150 contains two active ingredients, ethinylestradiol and desogestrel, and works in three ways to prevent pregnancy:
- It prevents ovulation.
- It thickens the mucus in the cervix, which makes it more difficult for sperm to reach the womb.
- It makes the lining of the womb thinner, which reduces the chance that a fertilised egg can attach itself to the womb wall.
The contraceptive pill will not protect you from sexually transmitted infections (STIs). You will need to use a condom for this protection.
Who can take Gedarel 30/150 tablets?
Gedarel 30/150 is not suitable for everyone to use.
Do not take Gedarel if:
- You have ever had a heart attack or a stroke
- You have ever had a blood clot in a blood vessel in your legs, lungs or any other organ in your body
- You are aware that you have a disorder that affects your blood clotting
- You need to have an operation or are off your feet for long periods of time
- You have or have ever had angina pectoris or a transient ischaemic attack
- You have any diseases that may increase the risk of a clot in the arteries
- You have or have ever had a migraine with aura
- You are pregnant or think you might be pregnant
- You have ever had a tumour in the liver
- You have any unexplained vaginal bleeding
- You have ever had inflammation of the pancreas
- You have endometrial hyperplasia
- You have ever had a liver disease and your liver function has not returned to normal
- You have had or are suspected of having breast cancer or cancer of the genital organs
- You are allergic to any of the ingredients in this medicine
This list is not exhaustive. Read the patient information leaflet for comprehensive details on who this medicine may not be suitable for.
Can you buy Gedarel 30/150 over the counter?
You must have a prescription to be able to buy Gedarel, so it is not available for purchase over the counter. You will need to speak to a doctor.
Can you buy Gedarel 30/150 online in the UK?
You can buy Gedarel 30/150 tablets online from Medicine Direct after a simple online consultation with one of our registered health professionals.
Next day delivery is available if you order by 2pm. Only order medicine online from regulated pharmacies, like Medicine Direct.
If you find that this contraception is not suitable for you, there are many alternatives you could try instead. Talk to your doctor before switching from one contraception to another.
Popular brands of combined oral contraceptive pills for sale at Medicine Direct include:
On the other hand, you could also speak to your doctor about trying a progestogen-only pill (POP), such as:
For more information on different types of contraception that may be suitable for you, we recommend visiting the Contraception Choices website.
How to take Gedarel 30/150
To effectively prevent pregnancy, it is important to always take the contraceptive pill exactly as instructed by your doctor or pharmacist. Read the patient information leaflet thoroughly and ask your doctor or pharmacist for guidance if you are still not sure.
- Take one tablet at around the same time each day for 21 days.
- After 21 days, do not take any tablets for 7 days. During this 7 day break, you will have a regular withdrawal bleed. If you have taken the tablets correctly, you will still be protected against pregnancy during this break.
- Once your 7-day break is over, start taking the tablets again straight away.
Swallow the tablets whole with a glass of water.
Read the patient information leaflet for complete instructions on how to take Gedarel.
A common side effect of taking the combined pill is weight gain, although this will not affect everyone who takes it.
The most common side effect of Gedarel is irregular bleeding.
Common side effects of this combined pill include:
- Mood swings
- Pre-menstrual syndrome
- Tender or painful breasts
- Abdominal pain
- Weight gain
- Painful menstruation or no menstruation at all
This list is not exhaustive. Read the patient information leaflet before you start taking Gedarel.
Before you start using the contraceptive pill, it is important to inform your doctor if you are already taking any other form of medication.
In particular, tell your doctor before taking Gedarel if you are currently taking any of the following:
- You have hepatitis C and are taking any medicines containing ombitasvir, paritaprevir, dasabuvir or ritonavir
- Medicines for epilepsy
- Medicines for tuberculosis
- Medicines for HIV
- Medicines for fungal infections
- The herbal remedy St. John's wort
- Medicines for increased blood pressure in the lung vasculature
For more information on medicines that interact with Gedarel, see the NICE website.
Gedarel 30/150 will not protect you from sexually transmitted infections (STIs). You will still need to use a condom for this kind of protection.
Pregnancy and breastfeeding
Do not take Gedarel 30/150 if you are pregnant. If you think you have become pregnant while taking Gedarel 30/150 tablets, stop taking them and speak to your doctor as soon as possible.
You should not take Gedarel 30/150 if you are breastfeeding. If you want to take the combined oral contraceptive pill while breastfeeding, please speak to your doctor first.
Make sure you inform your doctor if:
- You are pregnant
- You are breastfeeding
- You think you might be pregnant
See the BUMPS website for more information on taking Gedarel during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Gedarel 30/150 contains two active ingredients: ethinylestradoil and desogestrel.
Each pill also contains the following ingredients: Potato starch, stearic acid, all-rac-alpha-tocopherol,, lactose monohydrate, magnesium stearate, silica colloidal anhydrous and povidone K-30.
The table coating contains quinolone yellow (E104), hypromellose, macrogol 6000 and propylene glycol.
How much does it cost to buy Gedarel 30/150 online in the UK?
Dosage Quantity Price Gedarel 30/150 pill 3 Months £15.99 Gedarel 30/150 pill 6 Months £19.99
What kind of pill is Gedarel?
Gedarel is a combined oral contraceptive pill.
Will I gain weight while taking Gedarel?
Although it is not guaranteed, weight gain is a relatively common side effect of taking the pill. You should talk to your doctor if you gain a large amount of weight while taking Gedarel.
Is it safe to take Gedarel continuously?
Yes, you should take Gedarel each month to effectively prevent pregnancy. You should, however, leave a gap of seven days after finishing all 21 pills.
Can Gedarel clear acne?
You might be prescribed the contraceptive pill to treat acne if your doctor believes it would be beneficial for your case. You should only take Gedarel for acne if it has been prescribed for this reason.
Am I still protected during the 7-day break?
Yes, as long as you have taken the pills as instructed, you will be protected against pregnancy during the seven days where you do not take any pills.
How effective is Gedarel?
Gedarel is 99% effective if you take it properly.
Is the contraceptive pill bad for you?
Taking the pill comes with certain risks, such as weight gain and an increased risk of blood clots and breast cancer. You should speak to your doctor before taking Gedarel or any other contraceptive pill, to discuss the pros and cons of taking it.
Does taking the pill delay menopause?
No, taking the contraceptive pill will not delay menopause.
Does Gedarel stop your period?
You should have a withdrawal bleed during the seven days in the month when you do not take any pills. Take a pregnancy test if you do not have a bleed.
How quickly does Gedarel get to work?
If you start to take Gedarel on the first day of your period, you will be protected from pregnancy straight away. If you start to take it between the second and fifth day of your period, you should use extra contraceptive protection, such as a condom, for the first week.
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