Yasmin is one of the most prescribed birth control pills around the globe. It contains drospirenone, or dsrp. This is a different type of progestin than is in other pills.
Because Yasmin contains drsp, it is not suitable if you have ever had kidney, liver, or adrenal problems. Drospirenone increases the potassium levels in your body and could lead to heart disease.
Drospirenone is the only progestin that is not synthesized from testosterone. This makes it unique among birth controls.
Yasmin has been FDA approved since 2001. If you are looking unsatisfied with the birth control you are on, you can ask your doctor about the benefits of switching to or from Yasmin.
The risks associated with Yasmin increase dramatically if you have a history of clotting disorders, cancers, or benign tumors. Ask your doctor about any medication you begin.
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