When you need extra contraceptive precautions, either;
use a cap plus spermicide,
use a condom.
not use the rhythm or temperature methods as extra contraceptive
precautions. This is because oral contraceptives alter the usual
menstrual cycle changes such as changes in temperature and cervical
Continue taking your tablets. You will not be protected from pregnancy
until you have taken your daily small yellow hormone tablet for
the next 7 days in a row.
Use another method of contraception (See Extra Contraceptive Precautions)
such as condoms or do not have sexual intercourse for the next 7
days while taking the next 7 small yellow hormone tablets.
If there are fewer than 7 small yellow hormone tablets left in the
pack, finish the small yellow hormone tablets and go straight on
to the small yellow hormone tablets of the next pack.
This means that you do not leave a gap between the small yellow
hormone tablets and you miss out the white non-hormonal tablets
if you have the 28-day pack. You may not have a period until the
end of the next pack. This is not harmful.
in case of vomiting and Diarrhoea
Vomiting and Diarrhoea can interfere with the absorption of Estelle-35ED
and reduce its contraceptive effect. If vomiting occurs within 3-4
hours after tablet taking, absorption may not be complete. FOLLOW
THE 7 DAY RULE as outlined above. If you do not want to change your
normal tablet-taking schedule, you need to take the extra tablet(s)
from another pack.
to shift periods or how to delay a period
To delay a period you should continue with small yellow hormonal
tablets from another pack of Estelle-35ED without a tablet-free
interval or the white non-hormonal tablets. The extension can be
carried on for as long as desired until the end of the second pack.
During the extension you may experience breakthrough bleeding or
shift your periods to another day of the week than you are used
to with your current scheme, you can shorten your forthcoming tablet-free
interval or omit the non-hormonal tablet in Estelle-35ED by
as many days as you like.
The shorter the interval, the higher the risk that you will not
have a withdrawal bleed and will experience breakthrough bleeding
and spotting during the second pack (just as when delaying a period).