About Sevista Tablet
Sevista tablet is a medication used as an oral contraceptive. This drug is a selective estrogen receptor modulator, or SERM. It is prescribed for the treatment, prevention, and management of uterine bleeding. The tablet acts as a contraceptive, reducing bleeding.
Uses of Sevista
- It is used in women of reproductive age to treat dysfunctional uterine bleeding, which occurs when the normal menstrual cycle is disturbed.
- It also aids in the prevention of pregnancy by preventing the fertilized ovum from implanting in the uterus.
How does this medicine work?
Sevista 60 mg is a contraceptive tablet. It prevents the fertilized ovum from implanting in the womb (uterus). It is a trusted and safe method of contraception when used correctly. It does not interfere with sex and allows you to live a normal, routine life without worry. The tablets, at larger doses, are also used to manage abnormal vaginal bleeding in women who have not reached menopause.
Directions for use:
This medication is only taken once each week, with or without food. The dosage and frequency are set by the purpose for which ormeloxifene 60 mg is being used. Your doctor is the best person to determine the exact dosage; thus, follow your doctor’s instructions. However, for contraception, you must take two tablets per week for the first 12 weeks (e.g., on Sunday and Wednesday), followed by one tablet per week.
Take the missed tablet as soon as you recall. If the pill is missed by one or more days but less than seven, resume the regular schedule and use another method (e.g., condoms) until your next period. If the medication is missed for more than 7 days, resume the schedule as a new user.
If you or anyone else accidentally takes an overdose, contact your doctor right away or go to a nearby hospital to treat overdose symptoms.
According to scientific studies conducted on women of reproductive age, Sevista tablets are safe and free of the serious side effects associated with hormonal birth control pills.
Some typical adverse effects may include acne (pimples), water retention, and breast tenderness. If you have any new signs or symptoms while using ormeloxifene 60 mg, please visit your doctor.
Warnings and precautions
- Pregnancy: Sevista 60 mg tablet is not indicated for use during pregnancy due to its contraceptive properties. If pregnancy occurs while using this tablet, the medication should be discontinued. Women of childbearing age should follow contraceptive schedules if they intend to use them.
- Kidney problems: This tablet is not suggested for those suffering from kidney problems.
- Liver issues: The pill isn’t recommended for people with liver conditions such as jaundice or severe hepatic dysfunction.
- Allergy: Do not take this tablet if you are allergic to ormeloxifene 60 mg or any of the other substances in this medication.
- Lung problems: This medicine is not indicated for persons with lung conditions such as tuberculosis. Before using the drug, speak with your doctor.
Before using the Sevista 60 mg tablet, tell your doctor if you are taking any of the following medications:
- Ciprofloxacin, cefixime, and metronidazole.
- Tetracycline (used to treat bacterial infections)
- Amlodipine, atenolol (used to treat blood pressure)
- Theophylline (used to treat asthma)
- Metformin, pioglitazone, and glibenclamide (used to treat diabetes)
How to store this medicine?
You must keep this medicine at a room temperature of 25–30 °C.
What is a Sevista tablet, and how is it used?
Sevista tablets contain a non-hormonal medication called Centchroman or Ormeloxifene. It is used as an oral contraceptive medication. It could potentially be used for treating uterine bleeding.
Are sevista tablets suitable for breastfeeding women?
Sevista tablet is safe for breastfeeding moms because it is a non-hormonal, non-steroidal medication.
What are the possible side effects of sevista 60 mg tablets?
The most common side effects of Sevista 60 mg tablets include acne (pimples), water retention, and/or breast tenderness.