Combined oral contraceptives COC, which includes Yarin's contraceptive drug, are fully compatible. The action of drugs is directed to different chemical processes that do not intersect and do not interact competitively. Therefore, with a combination of antiviral and Yarin drugs, their effect does not decrease, the dosage regimens remain the same. Additional contraceptive methods are not required for this period. An exception may be taking COCs with Tamiflu. This antiviral drug can lead to vomiting and loose stools, which reduces the absorption of COCs and their contraceptive effect may be reduced. To eliminate possible risks, these two drugs are best taken at intervals of at least 6 hours.
Komarskaya Tatyana Aleksandrovna
Chief physician, obstetrician-gynecologist,
doctor of ultrasound diagnostics
Medical center "LITS"
The drugs work differently, they don't overlap6 so don't worry about interactions. I can especially say about Viferon candles, they contain human interferon, the white that our body produces in response to the invasion of viruses. That is, the drug is as physiological as possible, because it will not harm the contraceptive in any way, but it will help you
After reading studies on the usefulness of Ingavirin, which has always been used, doubts arose about the benefits of its use. I would like to know a good and effective antiviral agent. Thanks in advance