Can I Take Yaz And Hypospasmol

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Simz Says:
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Hi im 21 and currently on yaz i was wondering if i can take the following medication and what effect will it have on the effectiveness of my birth control


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Isabel Says:

Basically you should not have any direct interaction of yaz with these medication. You need to avoid the dosage schedule of all the pills together.

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