What is Sunya?
Sunya is a contraceptive pill. The active ingredients in this medicine are ethinylestradiol and gestodene. The combined pill is easy to use and is generally well tolerated. You can order Sunya online through the pharmacies that work with Dokteronline.com.
What is this medication used for?
The contraceptive pill is meant in the first place to prevent pregnancy. Sunya does so by inhibiting ovulation and renders the uterus mucosa unsuitable for fertilization. Doctors also prescribe this pill against menstrual problems. This pill reduces symptoms such as irregular cycles, severe abdominal pain and abnormal bleeding.
How to use Sunya?
The contraceptive pill is most reliable when it is taken every day at a fixed time. A strip of Sunya consists of 21 pills which all contain the same amount of the active substances. Swallow one tablet each day until the pack is empty. Then you stop taking the pill for seven days. During this week a withdrawal bleeding will occur. Start a new strip on the eighth day, even if the bleeding is not stopped.
If you forget to take a tablet, the protection against pregnancy can be reduced. This also applies if you vomit a tablet or if you suffer from severe diarrhea. The leaflet explains what you should do in that case. A doctor can also give advice on this topic.
The collaborating pharmacies offer Sunya available online. The dosage is as follows:
- Adult women: 1 tablet once daily for 21 days followed by a stop week .
Birth control pills can sometimes cause side effects. These are symptoms such as:
- Fluid build;
- Gastrointestinal discomfort;
- Interim bleeding;
- Sore and/or swollen breasts
When is it best not to use this medication?
Sunya is not a suitable contraceptive pill for everyone. Do not use this medication if you:
- are oversensitive to ethinylestradiol, gestodene, or any of the excipients used;
- have (had) a blood clot (thrombosis) in your veins;
- suffer or have suffered from some form of cancer, cardiovascular disease, migraine with aura, or a disease of the liver, pancreas or kidneys;
- suffer from vaginal bleeding of unknown cause .
In the leaflet you can read in which cases you need to be extra careful with this drug. Please consult with a physician about the use of Sunya. Do you use any other medication? Make sure that a physician knows this. Some medicines interact with this pill.
Pregnancy / driving / alcohol
Sunya is not suitable for pregnant women. Do not use this contraceptive pill if you want to breastfeed. A doctor may possibly prescribe another pill.
This medicine does not affect your ability to drive and has no interaction with alcohol.