Elleacnelle Dragee is a dietary supplement designed for the treatment of severe acne and hirsutism in females. It is a combination of two active ingredients, Cyproterone Acetate and Ethinyl Estradiol. In this article, we will discuss these two components and their indications, dosage, and how to take Elleacnelle tablets for optimal effectiveness.
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Each Dragee Contains 2 Mg Of Cyproterone Acetate And 0.035 Mg Of Ethinylestradiol.
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Cyproterone Acetate: An Anti-Androgen
Cyproterone Acetate is an anti-androgen that also possesses progestational properties. It is used for the treatment of hypersexuality in males, as a palliative in prostatic carcinoma, and, in combination with estrogen, for the therapy of severe acne and hirsutism in females.
This medication works by suppressing the actions of testosterone (and its metabolite dihydrotestosterone) on tissues. It does so by blocking androgen receptors, which prevent androgens from binding to them, and suppresses luteinizing hormone (which reduces testosterone levels).
Ethinyl Estradiol: A Potent Estrogen
Ethinyl Estradiol is a semisynthetic alkylated estradiol with a 17-alpha-ethinyl substitution. When administered orally, it has high estrogenic potency and is often used as the estrogenic component in oral contraceptives.
It is a synthetic derivative of the natural estrogen estradiol and is one of two estrogens currently used in oral contraceptive pills. The other, mestranol, is converted to Ethinyl Estradiol before it becomes biologically active. Ethinyl Estradiol works by inhibiting ovulation, thickening cervical mucus, and altering the endometrium to prevent implantation.
Indications of Elleacnelle Dragee
Elleacnelle Dragee is indicated for the treatment of severe acne and moderately severe hirsutism, conditions that are androgen-dependent. Although Elleacnelle also acts as an oral contraceptive, it should not be used in women solely for contraception but should be reserved for those women requiring treatment for the androgen-dependent skin conditions described.
Dosage and How to Take Elleacnelle Tablets
To achieve effective clinical efficacy or contraception, Elleacnelle should be taken every day at about the same time each day. The same rules apply to taking Elleacnelle as to the taking of any other contraceptive pill. Missing a dose may reduce the effectiveness of the medication. Bleeding between periods and/or reduced therapeutic or contraceptive effectiveness can be caused by not taking Elleacnelle regularly.
When hormonal contraception has not been used in the past month, start taking Elleacnelle on the first day of the period. Take Elleacnelle for the corresponding day of the week in the red area of the calendar pack. For example, if the period starts on a Monday, take the first tablet from the spot marked Monday in the red section. Continue taking one tablet daily until all tablets in the calendar pack have been taken.
This includes all of the small yellow active tablets and the white non-active tablets. Start taking the next tablet from the next calendar pack on the day after the last tablet on the first calendar pack. Follow the arrows on the pack for the corresponding day of the week. The patient must use an additional barrier contraceptive method, such as condoms or diaphragm, for the first 14 days after starting the first pack of Elleacnelle.
Elleacnelle Dragee is a dietary supplement designed for the treatment of severe acne and hirsutism in females. It consists of two active ingredients, Cyproterone Acetate and
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