Endovelle

Endovelle Adverse Reactions

dienogest

Manufacturer:

Leon Farma

Distributor:

DKLL

Marketer:

Exeltis
Full Prescribing Info
Adverse Reactions
Undesirable effects are more common during the first months after the start of treatment with ENDOVELLE, and subside with continued treatment. There may be changes in bleeding pattern, such as spotting, irregular bleeding or amenorrhea. The following undesirable effects have been reported in users of Dienogest 2mg tablets.
The most frequently reported undesirable effects under treatment with Dienogest 2 mg are headache (6.6%) and breast discomfort (5.3%).
In addition, the majority of patients treated with dienogest experience changes in their menstrual bleeding pattern. Menstrual bleeding patterns were assessed systematically using patient diaries and were analyzed using the WHO 90 days reference period method. During the first 90 days of treatment with Dienogest 2mg the following bleeding patterns were observed (n=290; 100%): Amenorrhea (1.7%), infrequent bleeding (27.2%), frequent bleeding (13.4%), irregular bleeding (35.2%), prolonged bleeding (38.3%), normal bleeding, i.e. none of the previous categories (19.7%). During the fourth reference period the following bleeding patterns were observed (n=149; 100%): Amenorrhea (28.2%), infrequent bleeding (24.2%), frequent bleeding (2.7%), irregular bleeding (21.5%), prolonged bleeding (4.0%), normal bleeding, i.e. none of the previous categories (22.8%). Changes in menstrual bleeding patterns were only occasionally reported as adverse event by the patients (See adverse event table).
The frequencies of adverse drug reactions (ADRs) by MedDRA system organ classes (MedDRA SOCs) reported with Dienogest 2 mg are summarized in the table as follows. Within each frequency grouping, undesirable effects are presented in order of decreasing frequency. Frequencies are defined as common (≥1/100 to <1/10) and uncommon (≥1/1,000 to <1/100). (See table.)

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