Zarah (Generic Yasmin)

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    Bayer, the manufacturer of the popular brand of birth control pills called Yasmin, states the following in terms of the uses, treatments, and symptoms for this medication:

    Zarah, commonly referred to as “the pill”, is a form of birth control. It is a combination of two hormones prevents pregnancy in two ways.

    Zarah contains two hormones found in the female body - an estrogen (ethinyl estradiol) and a progestin (drospirenone). Zarah prevents pregnancy by not allowing the body to release an egg during the menstrual cycle. It also thickens the viscosity of the vaginal fluid, preventing the sperm from reaching the egg and alters the lining of the womb so that if an egg is fertilized, it will not be able to attach itself to the womb and will pass through the body. Zarah is also known to make periods more regular, less painful, decrease blood flow during the period and lower the chances of ovarian cysts.

    These declarations come from the manufacturer of this medication and should not constitute medical advice. Please consult a doctor to see if this medication is right for you and how you should use it. Relief Seeker provides information about products and their manufacturers and does not offer any medical advice.