It is difficult to talk about any significant differences between contraceptives, because they are analogues, which means that they are similar in parameters. Their main difference is the price. “Lactinet” costs about 950 rubles, “Charozetta” is a more budget option for oral contraceptive – an average of about 600 rubles. Charozetta should not be taken during prolonged immobilization, which is associated with surgery or disease due to the risk of venous thromboembolism. It is necessary to refuse to take Lactinet in case of persistent hypertension while taking Charozeta.
Both drugs do not affect the quantity and quality of breast milk, but as a result of a 7-month observation of taking Charoza, there were no increased risks for children. Irregular spotting was noted as side effects during Lactinet administration, and menstrual irregularities when taking Charozetta.
In case of an overdose of Charozet, women complained of nausea, vomiting, and weak vaginal bleeding. There are no data on serious side effects from taking Lakninet. There is some difference in storage conditions: Charozet should be stored at a temperature not exceeding 25 ° C, and Lactinet retains its properties at a temperature of 2-30 ° C.
Pregnancy is one of the most beautiful conditions of a woman. From the feeling that inside lives a small crumb literally raises above the ground. And so the long-awaited meeting, the first joys of motherhood have been lived, the wounds have healed, and life goes on. This raises the question of contraceptive methods: the spiral is not suitable for everyone, according to physiological characteristics, many people do not support the use of a condom, they treat some candles and gels with some distrust.
An effective means of protection are hormonal contraceptives. Since in the first months most newborns feed on mother’s breast milk, it is important to find a drug that will not harm either the woman or the baby during this special period. These include birth control pills “Lactinet” and “Charozet”.
The main characteristics of the drug “Lactinet”
“Lactinet” is a contraceptive for use orally containing gestagen with the active substance – desogestrel. “Lactinet” is allowed for use by women during breastfeeding, as it contains progestin as a leading component. While taking this drug, the inhibition of ovulation occurs, and this is easy to confirm when undergoing ultrasound. Lactinet is available in tablet format, which is coated with a white film sheath.
If a woman has not encountered oral contraceptives before, namely during the last month, then taking tablets should begin on the first day of menstruation. For a more reliable effect, it is necessary to take Lactinet at one time of every day, following the direction indicated on the package and making sure that the interval between doses of two tablets is 24 hours.
After the end of one package, you need to start taking from another without taking a break. If it happened that the interval was 36 hours or more, the effectiveness of the contraceptive is reduced. In this case, you should think about additional protection, for example, use a condom, or refuse sexual intercourse altogether.
The main characteristics of the drug Charozetta
Charozetta is a gestagen-containing oral contraceptive in which the active substance is gestagen desogestrel. This drug is recommended for use by women who are breastfeeding. The effectiveness of Charozetta is due to the suppression of ovulation and an increase in the viscosity of cervical mucus, which minimizes the possibility of an unwanted pregnancy.
Charozetta is available in film-coated tablets. They should be taken orally, every day at the same time of the day 28 days, one tablet per day. If, for any reason, the drug was missed, the contraceptive effect decreases and you should use barrier protection in the next 7 days. Start taking should be no earlier than 6 weeks after birth.
Similar parameters of Lactinet and Charoseta
So, both drugs are an oral contraceptive that contains desogestrel. They are similar in the following parameters:
- Both are allowed during breastfeeding.
- Similar in the rules for taking pills and actions in case of missing one of them.
- Prohibited during pregnancy and impaired liver function.
- They have some contraindications, possible side effects.
- Shelf life is 3 years.
Recommendations for use
So, a woman who has recently given birth to a child, after a certain time should visit a doctor and clarify all questions for health and contraception. If there are no barriers to taking hormonal drugs, you should wait for the first day of your period and start taking Charozetta. If after 6-7 weeks menstruation has not occurred, you can start taking oral contraceptives on any day.
A woman who does not experience any side effects should continue to take Charozetta. If during the reception something is bothering, you can go to Lactinet after consulting with your doctor. And, on the contrary, if a woman experiences headache, nausea or weight gain, you should abandon Lactinet and start taking Charozetta. Any decision should be made with the bed doctor and under his strict supervision.