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A one-month supply contains three different types of pills, and a fourth set is made up of placebo pills. On the other hand, monophasic birth control pills contain the same amount of hormones regardless of what week you’re on. Biphasic types have two kinds. Triphasic birth control was invented to lower the risk of side effects by giving you only the amount of hormones you need at a particular time. If you are a smoker over 35, triphasic birth control isn’t a good idea. Our experts can help you find a different pill that works for you.
Our team at Nurx can prescribe the generic triphasic birth control Trivora for as low as $0 with insurance or as little as $15 without insurance. Check out our list of birth control brands Nurx offers, and learn how you can get your first pack for free.
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What Are Some Triphasic Brands?
A few of them include Enpresse, Levonest, Triphasil-28, Trivora, Myzilra, and Triquilar ED.
Does Triphasic Birth Control Cause Hair Loss?
For some women, hair loss is a hormonal issue. That means there's a possibility that the hormones in birth control can make your problem worse. The good news is that things will usually return to normal after you stop taking your pill. Switching to one that uses different hormones could be a solution.
Will Triphasic Birth Control Cause Weight Gain?
It's a commonly held belief that birth control pills make you gain weight. Studies have shown, however, that this is most likely a myth. Water retention and increased breast size are often mistaken for actual weight gain.
Can Triphasic Birth Control Interact With Other Drugs?
While triphasic birth control is generally safe, you should still discuss anything you're taking with your doctor or one of our physicians. These include recreational drugs, nonprescription meds, and herbal supplements. They can cause an unwanted reaction or make triphasic birth control less effective at preventing pregnancy. Some of the meds that you should especially point out are those used to treat cancer (such as aromatase inhibitors), seizures, chronic hepatitis C, HIV, and fungal infections. Drugs for blood clotting or heart disease may also pose a risk.
Are There Side Effects of Triphasic Birth Control?
While their formulas are designed to minimize them, it's still possible that triphasic brands will have side effects. Overall they’re quite rare. Some of the minor ones include breast tenderness, headaches, nausea, vomiting, bloating, and swelling (especially in the feet and ankles). They may also raise your blood pressure or blood sugar, so diabetics should take note. While extremely uncommon, serious side effects have been documented among women who take triphasic birth control. These include heart disease, blood clots, unusually strong headaches, vision changes (especially with women who are nearsighted or wear contacts), dizziness, fainting, confusion, slurred speech, and numbness or pain on one side of the body.
What Are Some Precautions When Taking Triphasic Birth Control?
Some women have allergies to the estrogen in birth control pills, though it’s very rare. This can result in itching, rashes, hives, trouble breathing, and swelling of the lips, throat, or tongue. Others may have a reaction to inactive ingredients. Be sure to discuss any allergies you have with your doctor or one of our friendly advisors before starting any birth control pill. Women who smoke, especially when they're over 35, have a higher risk of serious side effects with combination-style birth control pills. If this sounds like you, consider taking a POP (progestin-only pill), such as Camila or Errin. Our experts can help you make a good decision.
Is Triphasic Birth Control Easy to Get?
Since triphasic types of birth control are determined to be safe and effective, they're easily found at most pharmacies across the country. We carry many brands of birth control, including triphasic brands like Trivora-28. These kinds of birth control do require a prescription, but the doctors we partner with can get you one online. Health insurance often covers birth control, and triphasic types are no exception. We currently work with many insurance providers. Convenience and discretion has never been easier!
How Does Triphasic Birth Control Work?
As with many other hormone-based birth control pills, triphasic brands use a combination-style strategy. Two hormones, estrogen and progestin, trick your system into believing that pregnancy already happened. This helps prevent a real pregnancy. Triphasic pills are taken every day, always at the same time. To reduce the chance of nausea, many women choose to take their pill with dinner or at bedtime. For the pill to be most effective, it's important to stay consistent about taking it.
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