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Doctor insights on: Tri Norinyl Three Phase Contraceptive

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What is the process with tri-norinyl birth control?

What is the  process with tri-norinyl birth control?

Confused: Not sure what you mean by "process". Birth control pills are designed to start with the first pill of the pack and take one daily. The timing of the first pill can vary and you should discuss this with your doctor, but in general we recommend starting them the first sunday after you have started the next menstrual period flow. Try to take them at the same time every day. Instructions in the pack. ...Read more

Dr. Jan Lei Iwata
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Birth Control (Definition)

Also known as contraception, birth control is a method to prevent pregnancy. Some methods of birth control include a vasectomy, tubal ligation, oral contraceptive pills, vaginal rings, hormone injections, condoms, diaphragms, sponges, ...Read more


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What is the difference with tri-norinyl birth control?

What is the difference with tri-norinyl birth control?

Tell us more please: If wanting a comparison of two oral contraceptives or "the pill" and other forms of contraception, please add the name of the other as a comment below. We will be happy to answer. Thanks for your question. ...Read more

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How many tri-norinyl birthcontrol pills equal a Plan B dosage ?

How many tri-norinyl birthcontrol pills equal a Plan B dosage ?

2 tablets repeat x1: Two tablets of birth control pills then repeat in 12 hours or just take 4 tablets of birth control pills once. Active pills, not placebo pills. ...Read more

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Can oral contraceptive not be taken for more than three months?

Can oral contraceptive not be taken for more than three months?

Confusing question: You can stop oral contraceptives as you wish. However, if you want to avoid pregnancy, abstain or practice another form of birth control. If you chose to restart the pill, seek the guidance of your doc when you do. ...Read more

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Miss taking first three tab of my oral contraceptive yasmin (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol).. What I should do to prevent consumption?

Miss taking first three tab of my oral contraceptive yasmin (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol).. What I should do to prevent consumption?

Back up: If you have missed three pills then you are no longer protected. Avoid intercourse or use condoms until you finish the pack. Use emergency contraception if you have continued to have sex during these three days. ...Read more

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I have been on the oral contraceptive OrthoCyclen (ethinyl estradiol and norgestimate) for three weeks. I had unprotected sex but only came in contact with pre-ejaculate. Am I pregnant?

I have been on the oral contraceptive OrthoCyclen (ethinyl estradiol and norgestimate) for three weeks. I had unprotected sex but only came in contact with pre-ejaculate. Am I pregnant?

Unlikely: The risk depends some what on when you had sex. You have some protection after 2 weeks on the pill if you are taking it correctly and started it with a period but it is most reliable after the first month . Hope this helps. ...Read more

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What oral contraceptive requires 2 pills per day?

What oral contraceptive requires 2 pills per day?

Don't know any: Not sure of any "daily use" pills that use a 2 pill a day dosing, although it might be recommended by a doctor for a specific reason in a special case. ...Read more

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When will you stop taking oral contraceptive pills?

?: Whenever you want to stop taking birth control pills you can. You won't be protected from getting pregnant. If you don't want to get pregnant and you don't like taking birth control pills there are other birth control methods. ...Read more

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How to get birth control/ oral contraceptive?

How to get birth control/ oral contraceptive?

Samples: Contact the pharmaceutical companies directly. Often times they will fax you a form that you fill out with your DEA # and license #, they will then send you samples or a rep can visit you and leave samples ...Read more

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Does echinacea interact with oral contraceptive?

Does echinacea interact with oral contraceptive?

Echinacea and bcps: Depending on the strength of both the oral bcp and how much echinacea you take, periodic drops in estrogen (when stopping the dose of echinacea) can cause spotting or light bleeding when added to low dose oral contraceptives. There is no harm, just inconvenience. ...Read more

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What to do about oral contraceptive for lactating women?

What to do about oral contraceptive for lactating women?

It's fine...: You can safely take oral contraceptives while breast feeding. These are just natural hormones your body makes anyway and are not harmful to your baby. They may, however, affect the quantity of your milk, usually seeing a slight decrease. Make sure to drink extra fluids and put the baby to breast often, and your body will increase the output of milk in response quickly. ...Read more

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Is it possible for oral contraceptive pills cause cancer?

Is it possible for oral contraceptive pills cause cancer?

In general no.: The pill actually reduces non genetic epithelial ovarian cancer. It also likely prevents endometrial cancer in annovulatory women. However, indirectly you may see an increase in cervical cancer in pill users who decide that while on the pill it is ok to skip condoms with new partners. Having multiple partners without using a condom increases hpv contact and hpv can cause cervical cancer. ...Read more

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Is taking oral contraceptive pills is a reason for depression?

Is taking oral contraceptive pills is a reason for depression?

Maybe: Rarely a woman may get depression symptoms from taking oral contraceptives. Usually they are predisposed to depression to begin with. If you were well, started the pill, and got depressed, simply discontinue the pill, use alternate form of contraception and see if you get better. It may take 1-2 weeks to be sure. ...Read more

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What should I do if I am bloodshot in my eye after starting oral contraceptive?

What should I do if I am bloodshot in my eye after starting oral contraceptive?

Is vision affected?: If you are having any change in vision ass'd, please see an ophthalmologist to evaluate for any change in the retina. It is uncommon, but oral contraceptives have been linked to changes in the curvature of the cornea (causing decreased contact lens tolerance), retinal thrombosis and optic neuritis. None of these are common, and your symptom may be coincidental. ...Read more

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How are you supposed to get the oral contraceptive pill?

How are you supposed to get the oral contraceptive pill?

From your doctor: Your obgyn should do an exam and pap and possible cultures on you and check your blood pressure and make sure you have no contraindications for the pill and then in my pts., i give them some samples, explain everything and write them a perscription for it. ...Read more

Dr. John cuong Doan
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Ethinyl Estradiol And Norethindrone (Definition)

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Tri Norinyl (Definition)

Tri-norinyl is a three phase contraceptive which is a kind of oral contraceptive (women's ...Read more