Sevista Tablet strip of 15 tablets
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Manufactured By Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd
Composition Centchroman/Ormeloxifene 60mg
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Sevista Tablet Uses:
Sevista Tablet composition:
Interactions / Warnings:
- Centchroman/Ormeloxifene is used as an oral contraceptive pill. Being a non-hormonal medicine, it has minimal side effects as compared to other hormonal birth control medicines.Â
- It is also used in the treatment of dysfunctional uterine bleeding.
- Centchroman/Ormeloxifene may cause delayed periods in few women. However, this occurs in about 8% of users, usually in the first three months.
- Centchroman/Ormeloxifene is safe for breastfeeding women.
Sevista Tablet Side Effects:
How to use Sevista Tablet :
How Sevista Tablet works:
Orserm contains a non-hormonal medicine, i.e. Centchroman/Ormeloxifene. It is used as an oral contraceptive medicine. It may also be used in the treatment of uterine bleeding.
Q. How and in what dose should I take Orserm?
You should take Orserm, as advised by your doctor. However, for contraception, you are required to take two tablets a week for the first 12 weeks ( for e.g. on Sunday and Wednesday), and then one tablet a week. It is also advisable to use condom, in addition to taking Orserm, for the period of the first 8 weeks of use.
Q. I am breastfeeding my baby. Is Orserm safe for me?
Yes, Orserm is safe for breastfeeding mothers as it is a non-hormonal and non-steroidal medicine.
Q. If I become pregnant while on Orserm, will my fetus be harmed?
Such a situation is called method failure where the contraception fails to prevent pregnancy. In case you conceive even after taking Novex, there is nothing to worry about. This medicine does not cause anomalies in the fetus and the baby has normal growth and development. However, stop taking this medicine as soon as you get to know about your pregnancy.
Q. Does Orserm cause vaginal discharge, spotting, breakthrough bleeding or menorrhagia?
No, Orserm does not cause vaginal discharge, spotting, breakthrough bleeding or menorrhagia.
Q. What if I miss my pill?
Take the missed pill as soon as you remember. If the pill is missed by 1 or more days but less than 7 days, follow the regular schedule and use an alternate method (e.g. condoms) till the next period. If the pill is missed by more than 7 days, restart the schedule like a new user.
Q. What are the common side effects of taking Orserm?
As per the clinical studies conducted so far in women of reproductive age groups, Orserm (Centchroman or Ormeloxifene) has been found to be safe and free from the common side effects of hormonal birth control pills. If any new sign or symptom bothers you while taking Orserm, please consult with your doctor.
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