Femodene and Femodene ED

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Pack of 63 Femodene gestodene and ethinylestradiol oral tablets
Blister packet of femodene pills
Discreet packaging
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Prices

6 month course

6 x 21 tablet(s) - £34.00

6 x 28 tablet(s) - £34.00

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3 month course

3 x 21 tablet(s) - £24.00

3 x 28 tablet(s) - £24.00

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About Femodene 30 mdg

How to take

Femodene

You should take one Femodene 30 tablet per day, for 21 days in a row. After 21 days, you will have a break period of 7-days, when you take no pills. During these 7 days, you will probably have a ‘withdrawal bleed’, which looks and acts much like a normal period. On the following day, you will start the first pill of your next strip, and the cycle will begin again.

You can also take your packets back to back to avoid having your period. Some women find this way of taking the pill suits them better and do this for 3 cycles or more or even take them continuously. It’s a safe way to take the pill as long as you take it for more than 21 days in a row and your breaks are not longer than 7 days. If you have any doubt on these alternative ways to take the pill, make sure you ask your doctor.

Femodene ED

You should take 1 pill per day without stopping between packs. You should first take the 21 active pills (those containing hormones) and then the 7 placebo pills. You’ll then have your period during the 7-day break.

Active ingredient

The active ingredients in Femodene are synthetic versions of the sex hormones oestrogen and progestogen. These are called as ethinylestradiol (75 micrograms) and gestodene (30 micrograms).

Common side effects

  • Nausea
  • Headaches
  • Mood swings, anxiety, or depression
  • Tender breasts
  • Low libido (loss of desire for sex)
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Medically reviewed by:
Dr Laura Joigneau Prieto

Dr Laura Joigneau Prieto joined Zava in April 2018 as a clinical doctor. She studied medicine at the Universidad Autónoma in Madrid, Spain, and at the Pierre and Marie Curie Faculty in Paris, France. She did a Master’s Degree in clinical medicine in 2009 at the Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid.

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Last reviewed: 02 Mar 2019


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