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Buy Demulen 30 Birth Control Online

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BRAND LISTING - Demulen 30 Birth Control (Ethinyl Estradiol/Ethynodiol Diacetate)
Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
.03/2mg (1 x 21 day)
.03/2mg (1 x 28 day)
.03/2mg (3 x 21 day)
.03/2mg (3 x 28 day)


Combination Oral Birth Control with Two Hormones

Demulen 30 contains two hormones, namely Ethinyl Estradiol (estrogen) and Ethynodiol Diacetate (progesterone). Together, these hormones will help you prevent an unplanned pregnancy. Many women are waiting longer to have children so they can be more stable in their relationship and career as well as being financially capable of supporting additions to their family. Some of the female population may have a medical condition that could put their life in jeopardy or the life of a baby. Taking oral contraceptives like Demulen 30 can be an option until you are ready and medically fit.

How Demulen 30 Works

When taken as directed, Demulen 30 will work to trick your pituitary gland into believing you are already pregnant due to the increased estrogen and progesterone hormones in your body so it will not produce any more by ovulating. As long as there is no egg available to fertilize, there will be no pregnancy. However, should an egg mature and ovulation takes place, Demulen 30 also helps by causing your cervical mucus to thicken so sperm have a difficult time reaching the egg. While on the pill, your uterine lining will not develop enough to support a proper environment for a fertilized egg to attach. And Ethinyl Estradiol/Ethynodiol Diacetate will cause changes to the movements of your Fallopian tubes that further interferes with the likelihood of becoming pregnant.

Other Reasons to Take Demulen 30

Demulen 30 is also beneficial for reducing acne and breakouts and can help those women that have irregular periods. To help clear your acne, the estrogen in Demulen 30 will work to decrease testosterone levels in your body which will reduce oil production that can clog your pores and attract bacteria that cause acne. As to your menstrual cycle, some women are never sure when or if their period will come, how long it will last, or how heavy it will be. By taking Demulen 30 as prescribed, your body will have a steady level of hormones that can help to regulate your period and because you don’t ovulate, your uterine lining is not preparing for a fertilized egg so there is less bleeding.

Before You Start Taking Demulen 30

Take a pregnancy test to make certain you are not pregnant before taking Demulen 30. Discuss other medical problems or allergies you have so your doctor can determine if Demulen 30 is safe for you. List all OTC and Rx drugs you currently take or use, including herbal preparations and vitamin or dietary supplements. Tell your doctor if you smoke and are over 35 years of age as this can put you at a higher risk for a heart attack, blood clots, or a stroke.

Important Information About Demulen 30

Oral contraceptives carry an average failure rate of 50 per 1,000 women becoming pregnant with “typical” use and 1 per 1,000 women with “perfect” use. Human error is considered the “typical” use as sometimes pills are forgotten or taken too late so hormone levels have dropped and you ovulate.

Demulen 30 and other oral contraceptives will not protect you from contracting or spreading sexually transmitted diseases. Keep Demulen 30 and other medications out of children’s reach. If you are just starting birth control pills for the first time, use a second form of contraception to be sure the ingredients of Demulen 30 are functioning fully.

Possible Side Effects When Taking Demulen 30

  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Skin sensitivity to sunlight increases
  • Breast pain

Other Oral Birth Control Pills Similar to Demulen 30

The information provided on the website is intended to facilitate awareness about healthcare products and medical conditions generally but it is not a substitute for professional medical attention or advice. You should always speak with a qualified healthcare practitioner before taking any prescription or non-prescription drug.