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Drug Name: Brevicon
Generic Name(s): Necon 0.5/35, Wera, Nortrel 0.5/35
Drug Class: Estrogen/Progestin Combinations
Treats: Birth control

Brevicon is a form of birth control made up of an estrogen/progestin combination. Brevicon may also be called Modicon. This medication works by preventing ovulation. It also changes the makeup of the cervical mucus. This prevents a fertilized egg from implanting itself in the uterus.

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Brevicon Uses

Brevicon is mostly used to prevent the process of ovulation and hence, pregnancy. The drug has a combination of hormones progestin and estrogen which serve to prevent ovulation during the menstrual cycle. It also thickens vaginal fluid thereby preventing sperm from reaching the egg. Brevicon also changes the uterus lining to completely deter the fertilized egg from attaching itself to the lining. In this case, the fertilized egg will be passed out of the body during menstruation. Apart from prevention of pregnancy, these pills make the menstrual periods more regular, as well as reduce loss of blood and painful periods. In addition, it can significantly decrease the risk of ovarian cysts and treat acne. Below you will find the uses of Brevicon.

  • Birth control
  • PMS

Brevicon Dosage

In order to be completely effective and to cause minimum side effects, Brevicon should be taken exactly as directed by the physician. Before taking Brevicon, it is worth noting that, the drug neither cures nor prevents the user from contacting sexually transmitted diseases like HIV. Below you will find a typical dosage of Brevicon.

  • For a day one start: mark the first day of the periods as day 1 and the first tablet (white or yellow-green or blue) is then taken on that very first day
  • For a Sunday start: when menstrual flow begins on or before Sunday, the first tablet (white or yellow-green or blue) is taken on that day
  • Then 1 tablet (white or yellow-green or blue) is taken each day at the same time for 21 days
  • Take one orange tablet for 7 days
  • After all the 28 tablets are completed for the first cycle, the same dosage prescriptions should be exactly repeated starting the immediate next day whether or not the bleeding has stopped

Brevicon Side Effects

The use of Brevicon may result in adverse reactions during or after treatment, but most commonly during the first and second treatments. If you experience severe or persistent side effects, contact your doctor. Some of the side effects may subside as your body gets used to the medication. Some of the side effects of using this drug are listed below. Note that not all possible side effects are listed.

  • Vision changes
  • Sudden severe headaches
  • Stomach pain
  • Slurred speech
  • Shortness of breath
  • Severe nausea
  • Rash
  • Pain in the leg
  • Nausea
  • Loss of coordination
  • Loss of appetite
  • Altered length or heaviness of menstrual bleeding
  • Itching
  • Irregular menstrual periods
  • Indigestion
  • Inability to speak
  • Inability to move joints
  • Heavy non-menstrual vaginal bleeding
  • Headache
  • Fever
  • Fast heartbeat
  • Double vision
  • Dizziness
  • Difficulty speaking
  • Diarrhea
  • Dark urine
  • Confusion
  • Clay-colored stools
  • Chills
  • Chest pains
  • Chest pain
  • Breast tenderness

Brevicon Interactions

Below you will find a list of Brevicon drug and substance interactions. In many cases, Brevicon should not be combined with other medications unless approved by a physician. Consult with your doctor before taking any new medication. You should not use Brevicon if you have or have a history of thromboembolism, liver disease, breast cancer, gallbladder issues, hepatic neoplasms, or hypertension. Note that this list does not include a variety of over the counter drugs and vitamins that could also counteract and alter Brevicon.