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Drospirenon-haltige Kontrazeptiva: Risiko von Venenthrombosen und Lungenembolien mit den Produkten Yasmin, Yasminelle, und Yaz.

25. März 2010 – Einer heutigen Mitteilung können wir entnehmen, dass das Schweizerische Heilmittelinstitut (Swissmedic) das Überprüfungsverfahren der Drospirenon-haltigen Kontrazeptiva abgeschlossen hat.

Die Fach- und Patienteninformation der kombinierten oralen Kontrazeptiva (“Antibaby-Pillen”) Yasmin®, Yasminelle®, und Yaz®,

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Venöse Thromboembolien unter Antibabypillen : Swissmedic informiert über Abklärungen und erinnert an die Vorsichtsmassnahmen

28. Juli 2011 – Das Schweizerische Heilmittelinstitut (Swissmedic) hat heute folgendermassen informiert (Text im Wortlaut folgend):

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Antibabypillen, die den Wirkstoff Drospirenon enthalten, sind im Risikobereich der anderen auf dem Markt erhältlichen Präparate. Das Risiko für Frauen, eine venöse Thromboembolie zu bekommen, ist wie bei allen Antibabypillen im ersten Jahr der Einnahme am stärksten erhöht.

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