Yasmin is an oral contraceptive, which contains two hormonal components:

  • Levonorgestrel – 100 mcg.
  • Ethinyl Estradiol – 20 mcg .

Package size

  • 3 blister dispensers x 28 pills

Labeler / Packager

  • Pfizer

Each blister pack of Alesse contains:

Active pills (21's)

W912

W / 912

Inactive pills (7's)

W650

W / 650

Combined estrogen-progestin oral contraceptive Alesse is manufactured by the American pharmaceutical company Pfizer. It is widely known in many countries worldwide and is used to prevent pregnancy in women of reproductive age.

When buying Alesse, you can be sure that you will get the right birth control method, which suits your lifestyle the best. When used properly, Alesse guarantees protection from pregnancy with an efficiency close to 100%.

Alesse is supplied by Pfizer in the form of oral tablets. Birth-control tablets are supplied in a blister pack in a cardboard box. The number of tablets may differ:

Alesse 21

• 21 pink tablets

Alesse 28

• 21 pink tablets

• 7 light-green tablets

Pink Alesse tablets contain a small amount of synthetic variants of female hormones. These pills are the ones that alter the normal functioning of a woman’s fertility cycle, so that pregnancy cannot begin.

Alesse LogoLight-green tablets do not contain active substances and do not have any therapeutic effects. Inert pills are necessary to help women get used to taking pills every day and not to miss the next dose of hormones.

If you want to buy Alesse pills, and they are not available in the city pharmacies, perhaps, similar birth control pills by Pfizer are sold under the trademark Loette.

Alesse and Loette pills contain the same doses of Levonorgestrel / Ethinyl Estradiol, are manufactured by the same company, yet are sold in different countries.

Alesse brand is very popular in:

• USA

• Canada

• Ireland

Loette brand is well known to residents of:

• Australia

• New Zealand

• Spain

Loette is not the only analog (generic) Alesse that you can use for contraception. Dozens of brand pills are available for sale, which, just like Alesse, contain:

  • Levonorgestrel – 100 mcg.
  • Ethinyl Estradiol – 20 mcg.

If you want to find an inexpensive Alesse generic, it might be available for sale in your city under the brand name:

If you have no time to look for cheap oral contraceptives in city pharmacies, you can order Alesse online, and these pills will be delivered to the doors of your home or office.

Alesse and its generics are the monophasic contraceptive pills. This means that the active pills contain the same amount of active substances (hormones). Thus, women receive the same dose of hormones during the 21-day cycle.

Alesse is an effective, reliable and safe method of hormonal contraception. Follow all directions and recommendations of your pharmacist or doctor to ensure that contraceptive protection provided by Alesse was continuous.

Regular doses should be used continuously. If you order Alesse in an online pharmacy, place an order in advance, so that the new package is delivered before you finish the previous pack.

Dosing recommendations:

  • Take pink tablet on the first day or on the first Sunday after the onset of menstruation.
  • Use the tablets in the order, in which they are packed.
  • Finish Alesse 28 pack and do not take breaks.
  • Finish Alesse 21 pack  and make a 7-day break.
  • Start a new pack after a break of 7 days or after 28-day regimen.

Keep these tips in mind to use Alesse tablets correctly:

  • Choose a convenient time to use Alesse always at the same time every day.
  • Take Alesse with food to minimize the risks of nausea.
  • Do not forget to take inert tablets to start a new pack in time.
  • Set a reminder on your phone to remember to use the dose.
  • Know what to do if you miss an Alesse pill.

If you accidentally missed a pink pill (not a light-green pill), you might need additional precautions for contraception. If you have vomiting or diarrhea, the hormonal contraceptive may not work, as well.

You need to consult a pharmacist or physician, when changing from:

  • Implant
  • Progestogen-only pill.
  • Injectable contraceptive.

Alesse is used immediately after discontinuation of other contraception methods, yet it does not always ensure high efficacy. Therefore, you may need to use a condom or another barrier contraception method (for a week).

Before Alesse became available for sale and women began using it, it was evaluated for safety. Clinical trials have shown that Alesse usually does not cause serious adverse reactions, including in an overdose.

Before you start using Alesse 100/20 tablets or its generics, read the leaflet and learn about possible adverse reactions. Some of possible body’s reactions to an increase in hormone levels are:

Skin rash

Amenorrhea

Abdominal pain

Increase or decrease in weight

Decreased sexual desire

Vomiting

Diarrhea

Painful periods

Headache, including migraine

Mood swings

If you took too much Alesse or notice any side effect even with the correct dosing, call and consult a doctor. Some side effects (e.g., shortness of breath as a symptom of thrombosis) can be very serious, though may not seem serious at first glance.

Smoking increases the risk of serious vascular and cardiac adverse reactions. This risk increases with the number of cigarettes smoked and is especially noticeable in women of 35 years of age and older.

Before you buy Alesse 100/20 pills or its generics, tell your doctor if you smoke or if you have:

Overweight or obesity.

Inflammation of blood vessels.

Heart valve disorder.

Heart rhythm disorder.

A history of thrombosis, heart attack or stroke.

Varicose veins.

Prediabetes or diabetes.

High blood pressure.

Diseases of the liver, kidneys or gallbladder.

Regular headaches.

Some of the above conditions, especially a combination thereof, may present contraindications to combined hormonal contraception. Therefore, you should inform your doctor about any hereditary or acquired diseases.

Combined pills Alesse 100/20 are contraindicated in women with:

  • Pregnancy suspected or diagnosed.
  • Actual or history of thromboembolic disorders.
  • Actual or history of cerebrovascular disorders.
  • Diabetes mellitus, associated with vascular symptoms.
  • Uncontrollable high blood pressure.
  • Hypersensitivity to Levonorgestrel or Ethinyl Estradiol.

If you are taking or have recently taken any medications or herbal products, inform the pharmacist or doctor. Some commonly used drugs can affect the effectiveness of pills.

The following medications have a potential for interacting with Alesse:

Anticonvulsants

• Topiramate

• Phenobarbital

• Carbamazepine

• Lamotrigine

• Phenytoin

Antibiotics

• Penicillin

• Ampicillin

• Rifabutin

• Cotrimoxazole

• Rifampin

Hypnotics and sedatives

• Chloral Hydrate

• Meprobamate

• Barbiturates

• Benzodiazepines

• Glutethimide

Enlisted and some other medications interact with synthetic hormones, and can:

  • Become the cause of side effects.
  • Interfere with or stop the action of Alesse.

In many cases, it will be possible to avoid negative interaction, if contraceptives and other drugs are administered at different times. In some cases, it is required to stop taking medications or find another contraception method.

If you are looking for a reliable, effective, reversible, coitally independent contraceptive method, you can buy Alesse. Combined oral contraceptive protects against pregnancy with minimal risks of side effects.