Blisovi FE 1/20
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Blisovi FE 1/20 is a combination birth control pill that has been approved to prevent pregnancy and help treat acne. This daily pill uses two hormones (progestin and estrogen) to regulate the reproductive system and other systems of the body. Nurx™ offers Blisovi FE 1/20, along with more than 50 other birth control options that you can consider for your contraceptive needs Our team at Nurx can prescribe Blisovi FE 1/20 at special request, or can offer the generic equivalent Microgestin FE 1/20 for as low as $0 with insurance or as little as $15 without insurance.
How Does Blisovi FE 1/20 Work?
Blisovi FE 1/20 works to prevent pregnancy in three different ways. It blocks sperm with thick cervical mucus, creates a thin uterine wall to prevent fertilized eggs from attaching, and prevents ovulation so there is no egg to fertilize. Altogether, Blisovi FE 1/20 is a highly effective form of birth control when taken correctly. Blisovi FE 1/20 uses 21 active tablets and seven reminder tablets for patients using this type of contraceptive. Women need to take this pill at the same time every day if they want the pill to be effective.
How to Get Blisovi FE 1/20?
Blisovi FE 1/20 is easily available in most pharmacies, though women need a prescription from their doctors before they can access it. Blisovi FE 1/20 is covered by most forms of health insurance, making it affordable — if not free — for those who want it. If you don't have health insurance or if your insurance won't cover Blisovi FE 1/20, we can help you get the right contraceptive for your needs.
Does Blisovi FE 1/20 Cause Weight Gain?
Every woman experiences different side effects on different medications and Blisovi FE 1/20 is no different. Some women may gain about 10 pounds while taking Blisovi FE 1/20, though most weight gain will be minimal.
Can You Take Blisovi FE 1/20 While Breastfeeding?
Blisovi FE 1/20 is not a mini pill, which means it is not safe to take while breastfeeding. While taking Blisovi FE 1/20, you will likely notice decreased milk production.
What Are the Side Effects?
Every medication comes with side effects and Blisovi FE 1/20 is no different. While on this pill, you may experience bloating, breast tenderness, changes in weight, swelling of the feet and ankles, and moodiness. Stop taking Blisovi FE 1/20 immediately if you experience severe abdominal cramps, sudden unexpected bleeding, yellowing of the skin and eyes, severe headache, dizziness, difficulty breathing, or pain in the chest, shoulder, or jaw. Tell your doctor about these symptoms and any others you might have so you can be treated.
Are There Any Precautions?
Always consult your doctor before taking a new form of birth control and alert them to any allergies, medications, or conditions you have. They may recommend a different form of birth control based off of this information to ensure your health. Do not take Blisovi FE 1/20 if you are already pregnant. If you become pregnant while taking Blisovi FE 1/20, stop taking the pill and consult your doctor immediately.
Blisovi FE 1/20 is less effective if you don't take it at the same time every day. It also becomes less effective if you experience vomiting or diarrhea shortly after taking the pill. When this occurs, the hormones don't have time to enter your system, increasing your chances of getting pregnant. If this happens, switch to backup birth control until the symptoms subside. If nausea persists as a result of taking Blisovi FE 1/20, try taking the medication with food or before bed. This may reduce the symptoms and help you stick to your birth control routine. Or ask your doctor about birth control alternatives.
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“Demand for Nurx’s services skyrocketed — order volume for emergency contraception, birth control, sexually transmitted infection tests grew 40%, 50% and 100%, respectively. Its total sales climbed 80% year-over-year in 2020”
“For $35, all patients with mild to moderate acne—whether they’re insured or not—can receive an initial medical consultation, home delivery of medications, and a 10-week follow-up.”