Logynon is a combined contraceptive pill. It contains man-made versions of two hormones, and prevents pregnancy by interfering with the process of menstruation.
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This pack contains 21 tablets in each strip: six light brown, containing 50/30 micrograms of levonorgestrel/ethinylestradiol; five white, 75/40 micrograms; and ten 10 ochre, 125/30 micrograms.
This pill contains 28 tablets, taken once a day. In addition to the contents described above are seven additional inactive tablets.
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Logynon is a prescription contraceptive pill. It contains two artificial hormones which mimic the activity of natural hormones in the body, which regulate ovulation and other reproductive functions. The product is made by Bayer, and is available as a standard 21-pill-per-month course, or as an ED course (28 pills).
- Simple-to-use one a day pill
- Branded pill marketed by Bayer
- Prevents pregnancy in 99% of cases
The standard 21-pill version is taken each day consecutively for 3 weeks, and is followed by a seven day rest period. In the ED pack, seven non-functioning tablets are supplied in addition to the 21 functional tablets, and taken during the one-week rest period. The ED version is intended for those who prefer not to have a seven day gap and take their pill every day of the month.
To explain how Logynon works, it is first necessary to know how pregnancy begins. Each month, the female body goes through a period called ‘ovulation’. This is the process by which the ovaries produce an egg and release it into the womb. It is managed by the hormone progesterone.
When the female receives sperm from her male partner during sex, this sperm then travels to the egg and attempts to penetrate it. Once an egg is successfully breached by the sperm, it becomes fertilised. The impregnated egg then travels along the fallopian tubes to the uterus, where it attaches to the endometrium (uterine wall) and starts to develop into a baby.
If fertilisation does not occur, the egg simply breaks down in the uterus, and the endometrium sheds its lining. This shedding is regulated by a hormone released from the ovary called oestrogen, and results in the periodic discharge we refer to as menstrual bleeding.
The active constituents in Logynon are: levonorgestrel, which replicates the action of progesterone; and ethinylestradiol, which simulates the activity of oestrogen. Collectively, these agents work to prevent pregnancy in three specific ways, by: inhibiting the release of eggs from the ovary; concentrating the consistency of vaginal fluid so that sperm cannot travel to an egg as easily; and altering conditions along the uterine wall, so that an egg cannot implant there.
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How to use Logynon
It’s vital to ensure you follow the instructions which come with your medicine. Doing so will enable you to increase its efficiency and reduce the risk of possible side effects.
- Apply the treatment in 28-day cycles.
- Each strip of pills contains 21 tablets. On the pack, the pills are marked so that they correspond with the day of the week you take them.
- Mark the day of your first pill by piercing the disc provided.
- Follow the arrows on the pack, taking one pill per day.
- Always take your pill at the same time each day.
- Swallow Logynon pills whole with water.
- Once you have finished the 21 day course, you will have seven days where you do not take a pill (if you are using Logynon ED, seven inactive pills will be supplied which you will take during these seven days).
- The following day, begin taking the pills on the next strip, and repeat the process.
These instructions are only intended as a guide. Please refer to the directions provided in the patient information leaflet before beginning this treatment, or ask your prescriber.
Logynon side effects
Not everyone will experience side effects when using this product. However, you should ensure you familiarise yourself with the side effects listed in the patient information leaflet prior to use. Doing so will enable you to take the appropriate action if you experience anything unusual or become concerned.
Common (1 in 10 people or less):
Stomach pain, nausea, breast pain, headaches, mood swings, or weight gain.
Uncommon (1 in 100 people or less):
Fluid retention, upset stomach, vomiting, migraine, loss of libido, skin irritation, or enlarged breasts.
Rare (1 in 1000 people or less):
Blood clots, heart attack, stroke, cervical cancer, allergic reaction, severe liver dysfunction, intolerance to contact lenses, weight loss, increased libido, or vaginal or breast discharge.
This is not a complete index of the side effects associated with this medicine. For a more detailed list, please refer to the leaflet supplied or ask your prescriber. If you experience any side effects, notify your doctor immediately.
Taking it with other medicines
Let your prescriber know if you are using any other treatments during consultation. Some may affect your suitability for this pill. Logynon may affect the function of, or be affected by the following: epilepsy medications; HIV and hepatitis C treatments; griseofulvin; specific types of antibiotic; St. John’s Wort; or sedatives.
Conditions to look out for
Those with a history of the following conditions should not use this pill: blood clotting or an illness which affects blood clotting such as protein C deficiency, protein S deficiency, antithrombin-III deficiency or Factor V; heart attack or stroke; angina pectoris; any condition which increases your risk of arterial clotting, such as severe diabetes, very high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or hyperhomocysteinaemia; migraine with aura; breast cancer; or liver disease.
Those with a history of the following conditions may also not be suitable to use this pill, or only be able to use it under close monitoring: bowel disease such as Crohn’s ulcerative colitis; systemic lupus erythematosus; haemolytic uraemic syndrome; sickle cell anaemia; inflammation of the pancreas; elevated levels of fat in the blood; varicose veins; diabetes; heart problems or high blood pressure; porphyria; or migraines.
It is vital to tell your doctor during consultation about any conditions you have or have had in the past. It is also important to know what the initial signs of blood clotting look like so you can seek medical attention if you notice them. More information can be found in the patient information leaflet.
Q&A: our Logynon discussion forum
Can I still drink alcohol?
Yes. Drinking alcohol should not affect the function of this pill. However, you should ensure you only ever drink alcohol in sensible amounts so that you do not miss your dose.
Will I still be able to drive?
This pill should not affect your capacity to drive. However, if you experience any side effects which hinder your judgment or coordination, you should avoid driving and contact your doctor.
Can I take the medicine while pregnant?
No. Do not use this treatment if you are pregnant or suspect you may be. If you are not sure, you should take a pregnancy test prior to using this pill to ensure that it is safe for you.
Inform our doctor when taking our medical survey if you are breastfeeding, as this pill may not be suitable for you, and they may recommend alternative methods of contraception.
How should I store it?
Make sure you keep Logynon in a cool, dry environment, out of the reach of children.
Am I allergic to anything in the medicine?
This product is made up of the following constituents: levonorgestrel, ethinylestradiol, lactose, maize starch, povidone, magnesium stearate (E572), sucrose, polyethylene glycol 6000, calcium carbonate (E170), talc, montan glycol wax, glycerin (E422), titanium dioxide (E171) and ferric oxide pigment (red and yellow) (E172).
Is it available over-the-counter?
No. You cannot buy Logynon in the UK unless you have a prescription.
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