Associação de antibióticos e contraceptivos orais

  title={Associaç{\~a}o de antibi{\'o}ticos e contraceptivos orais},
  author={Fabiane Ribeiro de Souza and Ana Luisa T. Meira and Luc{\'e}lia Ma{\'i}ssa Mendes and A. L. Costa},
The Oral Contraceptives have been more and more prescribed in medical practice for the treatment of several pathologies like dismenorreia and Ovarian Policystics Syndrome (OPS), quite frequent in the women in fertile age. However, the main use of this drug is, undoubtedly, in the prevention of the no wanted pregnancy, through the suppression of the stimulating folicule hormone (SFH) in the ovarian cycle. This hormonal blockade can suffer interference for the concomitant use of other medicines… Expand
Uso e conhecimento a respeito de anticoncepcionais por acadêmicas de farmácia.
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Antimicrobianos de uso odontológico: informação para uma boa prática
Os antibióticos são substâncias químicas produzidas por microrganismos vivos ou através por meio de processos semissintéticos, que têm a capacidade de impedir o crescimento ou destruir microrganismosExpand
Introducao: O contraceptivo oral esta em uso no Brasil ha decadas. Embora tenha tido seu desempenho melhorado desde sua primeira versao, ainda nao e isento de interacoes medicamentosas. Objetivo:Expand


Oral contraceptive efficacy and antibiotic interaction: a myth debunked.
Available scientific and pharmacokinetic data do not support the hypothesis that antibiotics (with the exception of rifampin) lower the contraceptive efficacy of oral contraceptives, and Pharmacokinetic evidence demonstrates that plasma levels of oral contraceptive steroids are unchanged with the concomitant administration of antibiotics. Expand
Effect of antibiotics on oral contraceptive efficacy.
Dental professionals should be aware of possible OC failure with these drugs in view of the potential of drug interactions that affect OC efficacy and the common practice of prescribing antibiotics. Expand
Effect of antibiotics on oral contraceptive efficacy.
The published incidence of oral contraceptive/antibiotic interaction is reviewed, along with a discussion of the possible mechanisms by which this interaction occurs and recommendations for the oral health management of women taking oral contraceptives and other prescribed drugs. Expand
Interaction between broad-spectrum antibiotics and the combined oral contraceptive pill. A literature review.
There is considerable variation in opinion about the importance of drug interactions between the combined oral contraceptive pill (COCP) and broad-spectrum antibiotics. Clinical practice variesExpand
Oral contraceptive failure rates and oral antibiotics.
The difference in failure rates of OCs when taken concurrently with antibiotics commonly used in dermatology versus OC use alone suggests that these antibiotics do not increase the risk of pregnancy. Expand
No Interaction between Ciprofloxacin and an Oral Contraceptive
It is concluded that ciprofloxacin does not interfere with the ovarian suppression produced by the low-dose oral contraceptive Marvelon, and no clinically significant differences in the levels of sex hormone binding globulin were found. Expand
A practical approach to antibiotic treatment in women taking oral contraceptives.
A practical approach for dealing with clinical situations that require the use of systemic antibiotic therapy based on sharing responsibility with an educated patient is presented. Expand
Why do inadvertent pregnancies occur in oral contraceptive users? Effectiveness of oral contraceptive regimens and interfering factors.
In this review the endocrine pharmacology of pill use and the changes reported with missed pills have been considered in detail and a series of recommendations made for reducing the risk of pregnancy in each of these circumstances. Expand
Oral contraceptives and antibiotics: important considerations for dental practice
It is concluded that current national guidelines on the use of alternative contraceptive measures during a course of broad spectrum antibiotics in women also using the oral contraceptive pill should be emphasised and encouraged as part of good clinical practice. Expand
Adverse drug interactions in dental practice: interactions associated with analgesics, Part III in a series.
  • D. Haas
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the American Dental Association
  • 1999
An overview of drug interactions with analgesics and those that are clinically relevant are provided and awareness of the significance of these interactions will allow dentists to prescribe analgesics optimally and minimize the potential for adverse reactions. Expand