Yasmin Tablets

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Yasmin is a prescription only treatment. It is a combined oral contraceptive pill known as, ‘the Pill’ which is taken to prevent pregnancy.

Microgynon contains two types of female sex hormones: oestrogen (ethinylestradiol) and progesterone (drospirenone). These hormones prevent pregnancy by stopping an egg being released from your ovaries; thickening the fluid in the cervix, and preventing the womb lining from thickening enough for an egg to grow in it.

Yasmin is a 21-day pill which is taken each day for 21 days, followed by 7 days where no pills are taken. It is one of the most common and reliable contraception methods if used correctly. It can make periods lighter, regular and less painful and may help with pre-menstrual symptoms. It will not protect you from sexually transmitted infections and needs to be taken as directed to prevent pregnancy.


    Yasmin contains the following two active ingredients: ethinylestradiol (30mcg) and drospirenone (3 mg). Yasmin is used as a method of contraception to prevent pregnancy but can also be used to treat other conditions, such as heavy bleeding during menstruation.

    Who is it suitable for?

    • Suitable for any females of childbearing potential
    • Not suitable for anyone with a history of a blood clot
    • Not suitable for anyone with a history of a heart attack or stroke
    • Not suitable for breast cancer patients
    • Not suitable if you’re allergic to the active ingredients
    • Not suitable for anyone with a history of migraines
    • Not suitable for anyone who has severe liver disease or has had liver tumours


    • Each tablet is marked with the day of the week it should be taken on.
    • Swallow one tablet with water at the same time every day for 21 days starting o the first day of the menstrual cycle. (Contraceptive protection begins immediately)
    • At the end of the strip you take a 7-day tablet-free interval. During which a withdrawal bleeds usually occurs. (Protected from pregnancy during this interval)
    • Resume taking the tablet after the 7-day tablet-free interval on the same day each time.

    Please refer to the PIL for guidance on what to do if you miss a pill.


    • Nausea
    • Headache/migraine
    • Depressed mood
    • Breast pain/tenderness
    • Vaginal thrush/discharge
    • Intermenstrual bleeding

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