Taytulla is made by the folks at Allergan. It’s the first (and only) birth control pill that comes in an easy-to-take softgel capsule. Here at Nurx™, we especially appreciate the helpful dose of iron that’s included in the four placebo pills that are taken during your period — when blood loss saps your body of this important nutrient. Taytulla is also quite low in estrogen to help reduce the chances of side effects. It’s best for nonsmokers under 35.See full product details
- Will Taytulla Affect My Period?
Most women experience lighter, shorter periods when taking hormone-based birth control such as Taytulla. You may notice spotting between periods, especially when you first start taking it. If this condition continues, reach out to your doctor or Nurx professional for advice.
- Will Taytulla Help With My Iron Deficiency?
While the iron in Taytulla is helpful, it's not meant to be a treatment for any medical condition. Keep this in mind if you've been diagnosed with anemia or serious iron deficiency.
- What Else Should I Know?
Certain drugs can interfere with Taytulla's ability to prevent pregnancy. Some to watch out for include medications for hepatitis C, seizures, cancer, depression, and pain control. Before you get started on Taytulla, tell your physician or Nurx advisor about anything you're currently taking, even if they're over-the-counter meds, herbal supplements, or recreational drugs.
- Is There a Risk of Side Effects?
Side effects from Taytulla are quite rare but have been documented. The most common ones are nausea, headaches, breast tenderness, cramping, and mood swings. Side effects will often go away after you take Taytulla consistently for a couple of months. Serious side effects are possible but extremely rare. These include severe headaches or stomach pain, lumps in the breast, blood clotting, strokes, slurred speech, confusion, shortness of breath, high blood pressure, yellowed eyes or skin, and heart disease. Smoking increases the risk of side effects, including serious ones.
- Are There Any Precautions to Keep in Mind Before Taking Taytulla?
While the chances are slim, there's a slight possibility that Taytulla can cause an allergic reaction. Those who suffer from allergies will recognize the symptoms, which include itching, hives, rashes, trouble breathing, dizziness, and swelling of the lips, tongue, or throat. People with certain afflictions in their medical history should not take Taytulla. These include kidney, liver, or adrenal disease, cancer, high blood pressure, heart problems, blood clotting issues, or severe migraines. Be sure to discuss everything in your medical history with your doctor or Nurx consultant before you start.
- Is Taytulla Hard to Get?
Taytulla is a popular choice that's available at most pharmacies nationwide. You will need a prescription, though. If you're concerned about privacy, or simply crave the convenience of online shopping, give Nurx a try. We partner with real doctors in every state we work in. They can provide a prescription right over the internet and we'll deliver Taytulla straight to your door. Some insurance companies will pay for birth control and we accept many providers here at Nurx. Whether you're covered or not, we offer several different payment options to fit most any scenario.
- How Does Taytulla Work?
Taytulla is what's known as a combination-style pill. It uses two hormones, estrogen and progestin. They work together to convince your body that it's already pregnant, helping prevent actual pregnancy. One pack of Taytulla includes 24 pink pills and four maroon-colored ones that contain iron but no hormones. Take Taytulla every day, around the same time each day. Most women prefer taking their pill before bed or with dinner to cut down on any nausea they might experience.
- What Is Taytulla?
Taytulla is made by the folks at Allergan. It's the first (and only) birth control pill that comes in an easy-to-take softgel capsule. Here at Nurx, we especially appreciate the helpful dose of iron that's included in the four placebo pills that are taken during your period — when blood loss saps your body of this important nutrient. Taytulla is also quite low in estrogen to help reduce the chances of side effects. It's best for nonsmokers under 35.