Birth Control with Arya

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Whether it’s to prevent pregnancy, help with cramps, regulate periods or manage acne – we’ve got you covered.

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Benefits of Birth Control

Contraception

Treats Acne

Regulates Period

Reduces Period Pain

Helps PMS

Reduces PCOS Symptoms

New to birth control?

Speak to our expert medical team online to discuss birth control options and discover what the best option is for you.

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What are my options?

Here’s what you need to know:

Microgynon

Recommended for those new to the pill. Helps reduce period cramps and lighten the flow. It may also help with pre-menstrual symptoms.

Yasmin

This combination pill helps with breast tenderness. It may also make your periods more regular, decrease blood loss and painful periods, and decrease your risk of ovarian cysts.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What you should do depends on which brand of pill you are taking, and on which week of the course you are currently on.

The general rule to follow is to take the pills for 7 continuous days to achieve contraceptive effect. Do refer to the product insert of the drug.

All birth control pills contain hormones, and may not be suitable for women with certain medical conditions. Your doctor should be aware of any medical conditions you may have.

Different brands have different side effects, and some have less than others. As these pills may interact with other medicines too, please inform your doctor of all the medicines and supplements which you are currently taking.

Different brands of contraceptive pills may have different additional benefits (e.g. to help with acne or excessive hair growth) and side effect profiles.

The best brand for you will depend on whether you have other medical conditions and if you have experienced serious side effects from any products before. It’s advisable to have an informed discussion with your doctor on the pros and cons of each pill.

While you are on the pill, you should not have your period because it will be suppressed. Some women may experience minor spotting. Your period will come during the pill-free week, usually days 2-3 after finishing the hormone-containing pills.