Tansy an emergency contraception is made up of a synthetic progesterone called levonorgestrel (1.5 mg levonorgestrel containing one tablet and 0.75 mg levonorgestrel containing two tablets). Tansy is being produced for the first time under the license of CHEMO Company in the Atipharmed International Pharmacy Company of Iran.
- First hormonal pharmaceutical company in Iran that has been received GMP license.
- produced by transferring European technology and based on the highest international standards, which ensures its effectiveness and safety.
- Exclusively packaged by the best blister technology
Mechanism of action:
- ovulation inhibition.
- changes in the cervical mucus that inhibit sperm penetration.
- effects on the endometrium that affect implantation.
Emergency contraception, if:
- contraceptive methods are not used during intercourse
- Prevention methods are not used properly
Tansy should be taken according to the order of the doctor or pharmacist. If unprotected intercourse is less than 12 hours, you should receive a 0.75 mg tablet and then receive the next 0.75 mg tablet 12 hours later with water, but if unprotected intercourse occur more than 12 hours, you can take both 0.75mg tablet at the same time or take one 1.5 mg tansy with water. During breastfeeding, the medicine should be given immediately after milking. The milk is then taken and thrown away for 6 hours by the breast pump.
- history of thrombosis
- active acute porphyria
- current severe liver disease
- focal migraine at the time of presentation