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I have used ortho tri cyclen (ethinyl estradiol and norgestimate) lo since Jan and have gained 5 lbs so will Mononessa cause me to gain more weight?
Hormones for: some women can cause and increased appetite. If you are on the pill and dont watch your calories you will gain weight. If you are not on the pill, and you dont watch your calories, then you will gain weight. BCP dont have more than a half pound of weight gain associated with them by water retention. http://www.webmd.com/sex/birth-control/birth-control-pills-weight-gain ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Im taking birth control mononessa my left arm goes numb off and on i had chest pain 2 days ago and this morning i know its a side effect what do I do?
Pregnant or side effects?Am sexually active, and have nausea, dizziness, etc.On mononessa, faithful taker, every night at 10, never missed.2nd inactive pill
Maybe: You are pregnant until proven otherwise- get a serum pregnancy test- if negative, call your physician if these symptoms worsen or are unresolved. Remember, if you are sexually active at age 16, you are under the age of legal consent in many states. I would strongly recommend no sexual activity until you are married. To do otherwise only sets you up for a boat-load of trouble. ...Read more
I am switching from jolivette to mononessa can I just switch over after taking my last jolivette? And do I have to use backup?
Im taking bilberry pills. Will it decrease the effectiveness of my birth control? Im taking birth control mononessa.
No it will not: There is some concern that bilberry may interact with diabetes medications (lower blood sugar) or blood thinner medications (slow blood clotting). However, there is no evidence that it interacts with oral contraceptives (birth control pills) or other hormonal contraceptives. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below.: The blue pills are "active" and contain hormones to prevent pregnancy/regulate cycles; the green pills are "inactive"- they are there to keep you in the habit of taking the medication regularly and not skipping doses, since it is so important you don't miss a dose of birth control if you want it to work. After you finish the blue pills you take the 7 green pills, then you start next pack. ...Read more
Taking mononessa 28s. Took pill Sunday. Forgot Mondays, took it Tuesday at my normal time so I ended up taking two pills at the same time. Protected?
I started taking mononessa the first day of my cycle. My cycle length has gone from 5days to 11 days. Is this normal?
Yes if: It is the first month you started an oral contraceptive, your first couple of periods might be abnormal and irregular, but if it persists, you should see your doctor. ...Read more
On mononessa 28s. Was about 3.5 hours late taking 3rd pill in pack. Normally take at 10am but took at 1. Am I still protected or need to wait 7 days?
Birth Control Pills: you are still ok. Just try to take them around the same time, 3-4 hours is not going to make a big difference. ...Read more
Was on Microgestin until 21st. 23rd pd started. went to gyno 25th and got mononessa.started today. boyfriend gets here tomorrow.am I still protected?
OCP's: Did you start the pills on the 25th? If you started on the 25th, then you are still protected as you were pill free for four days only. However, since they are new, I would use backup protection, just to be sure, such as condoms until 7 pills have been taken. ...Read more
METROPROLO&MONONESSA: It is ok to take as long as your doctor or cardiologist is aware of it and you are being monitored and is aware of your combined use.It can increase the serum level a little bit by slowing the first pass metabolism of Metroprolol and other beta blockers.It may need dose adjustment. But i will suggest you inform your doctor who prescribed the drug metroprolol. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Its the third month of MonoNessa and I've been breakthrough bleeding for a week and a half, is this normal?
Bleeding: Take your pills at the same time every day. Did you miss any pills? Continue taking them even though you have had break through bleeding. It can take up to 6 months to finally end up with the pattern of bleeding you will have on these pills . If the bleeding still persists your provider may change your pills and do any testing necessary to evaluate the bleeding. Patience is a virtue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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