Lydia Clair

Lydia Clair Indications/Uses

cyproterone + ethinylestradiol




Full Prescribing Info
For the treatment of women with severe acne, unresponsive to oral antibiotic and other available treatments, with associated symptoms of androgenization, including seborrhea and mild hirsutism.
Note: Lydia Clair should not be prescribed solely for its contraceptive properties. However, when taken as recommended (see Dosage & Administration), Lydia Clair will provide reliable contraception in patients treated for the above clinical conditions. If patient compliance is uncertain and contraception is necessary, then a supplementary nonhormonal contraceptive method should be considered.
Lydia Clair has many properties in common with estrogen/progestogen-combination oral contraceptives and the same Contraindications, Warnings and Precautions applicable to this class of drugs should be considered.
Estrogen and/or progestogen should not be taken during treatment with Lydia Clair.
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