René Schickerling, women’s health portfolio manager for Pharma Dynamics says the pill is by far still the most prescribed oral contraceptive in the world. “Women describe it as easy to use, convenient and discreet. It’s also 99% failure-proof when used correctly.”
“Another benefit of using Rubaz is its effect on acne. Acne mostly affects the face and can result in a substantial psychosocial burden – especially for women, leading to low self-esteem, social isolation and poor body image. Drospirenone in Rubaz has an anti-androgenic activity, which helps to clear moderate acne vulgaris.”
Rubaz has been shown to be bioequivalent to the originator and is therefore therapeutically interchangeable with it.
Each pack contains 28 tablets of which one should be taken daily at about the same time every day. Once the pack is finished, a new pack should be started without interruption.
As part of Pharma Dynamics’ ongoing strategy to support patients through health education, they have created a hub especially for women, which contains trusted and relevant content regarding reproductive health, which can be accessed here: https://www.mydynamics.co.za/condition/womens-health/.