Sronyx® Aubra® is a therapeutic equivalent to Sronyx®. There are a variety of reasons why a woman may choose to take an oral contraceptive. However, the most common reason combination pills like Sronyx® are prescribed is for the prevention of pregnancy. Sronyx® is classified as a combination pill because it contains a combination of hormones (an estrogen and progestin). By comparison, there are also birth control pills which contain progestin only. Most doctors recommend combination pills like Sronyx® unless there is a known allergy or intolerance to medication containing estrogen. Sronyx® prevents pregnancy by producing several changes in the body. By thickening the cervical mucus, combination birth control pills make it less likely for sperm to travel to the cervix. In addition to this, the uterine walls become thicker, making it more unlikely for a fertilized egg to implant and turn into a full-term birth. In these cases, the egg is simply flushed through the body undetected. Birth Control Sronyx® Prior to the widespread availability of birth control pills, women had few options if they choose to become sexually active. There are other non-hormonal types of contraception however, even condoms can break or be damaged resulting in unplanned pregnancy. For this reason, once birth control Sronyx®, and others like it, became available more and more women made the change to hormonal contraception. When used exactly as directed and at the right Sronyx® dosage, birth control pills are 99.9% effective in protecting against pregnancy. If you have heard of anyone becoming pregnant while on birth control, the most likely explanation for this is that they missed a dose (or several) or perhaps began taking a medication that interacted with the normal effective Sronyx® dosage. These are some of the most common reasons for birth control failure. This is one of the most important reasons that you must tell your physician about all the other medications you are taking. In addition to a potential breach in contraceptive effectiveness, some medications or medical conditions may cause harmful interactions. Sronyx® Dosage A typical Sronyx® dosage is one pill to be taken at the same time each day, no more than 24 hours between doses. This helps increase the effectiveness of the medication. There are other reasons aside from pregnancy prevention that a doctor might recommend Sronyx®. For women who suffer abnormally long or painful periods, the Sronyx® dosage can often help relieve much of the discomfort, making periods lighter and shorter lasting. When you receive your medication, you will get a leaflet that will inform you of the correct Sronyx® dosage and instruct you what to do if you miss a dose or more. Sronyx® Generic Sronyx® generic may be used to treat a variety of conditions. Some of the most common include lack of menstrual cycle, irregular bleeding from the uterus, long and/or heavy periods, acne, defective internal secretion of the ovaries and disease of ovaries with cysts.