Trivora-28

  • Increased menstrual regularity
  • Treats acne
  • More stabilized mood
  • Lighter & less painful periods

Trivora-28 is a combination birth control pill used to prevent pregnancy, decrease your risks of ovarian cysts, and regulate your period. If you’ve experienced side effects from other birth control pills or you’re trying an oral contraceptive for the first time, Trivora-28 is an affordable, generic option your doctor might recommend.

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Type

  • Birth Control Pills

Pills

  • 21 active + 7 inactive

Active Ingredients

  • Levonorgestrel (progestin) [0.125 mg]
  • Ethinyl estradiol (estrogen) [0.04 mg]

Risks

  • Do not take if pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • Not suitable for smokers over 35.
  • Increased risk for blood clots.
  • Increased risk for stroke and heart attack.

FAQ

  • How Trivora-28 Works?

    Trivora-28 is a birth control pill taken daily in three phases. During the first phase, you take a blue pill every day for six days. In the second phase, take a white tablet for five days. Phase three consists of 10 pink tablets, followed by seven inactive peach-colored tablets.

  • Is Trivora-28 Easy to Get?

    Yes, Trivora-28 is widely prescribed and most pharmacies carry it. We make it easy to get Trivora-28 here at Nurx™ by partnering with doctors in every state we work in, allowing you to fill your prescription online and have your birth control sent to you in the mail. There’s no better way to enjoy the ultimate in privacy, discretion, and safety.

  • What Precautions Should I Take Before Starting Trivora-28?

    Before you begin any birth control pill, discuss your medical history and current medications with your doctor. This includes providing a complete list of any prescription medications, herbal supplements, over-the-counter medications, and recreational drugs you’re taking. While some women are allergic to the ingredients in Trivora-28, the risk of allergic reaction is quite low. You should discuss any allergies with your doctor, as well as any medical history of blood clots, heart disease, high cholesterol, or liver problems.

  • Are There Any Known Side Effects?

    Birth control pills like Trivora-28 may cause mild side effects that typically subside within three months of starting the medication. These side effects include nausea, vomiting, breast tenderness, spotting, weight gain, acne, darkening of the skin, and problems wearing contact lenses.

    More severe side effects are rare, but they can occur. Trivora-28 might increase your risk for blood clots, stroke, high blood pressure, heart attack, breast lumps, depression, or liver problems. Tell your doctor right away if you notice any sudden vision loss, weakness, numbness, loss of appetite, or swelling in your hands, legs, or feet.

  • Can I Take Trivora-28 With Other Medications?

    For the most part, yes. Certain drugs, however, may interfere with Trivora-28’s effectiveness, which may cause you to get pregnant. Giving your doctor a complete list of any medications and supplements you’ve been taking or plan to take can help avoid these interactions.

    Trivora-28 has been shown to have a negative reaction when taken with propranolol, Synthroid, Topamax, and topiramate. If you’re taking any of these medications, your doctor or Nurx™ professional may recommend switching to a different type of birth control.

  • Does Trivora-28 Cause Weight Gain?

    Like any birth control pill, Trivora-28 may cause you to gain weight. Some women, however, never gain weight on the pill, so it depends on how your body reacts to the medication.

  • Does Trivora-28 Help Acne?

    Yes, Trivora-28 has been shown to help clear hormonal acne, including painful cystic acne. You will likely experience clearer skin while taking Trivora-28.

  • Does Trivora-28 Have Estrogen?

    Yes, Trivora-28’s active ingredients are ethinyl estradiol (estrogen) and levonorgestrel (progestin). Ethinyl estradiol is a synthetic estrogen commonly used in hormonal birth control.

  • Does Trivora-28 Stop Your Period?

    No, you will still have a period while taking Trivora-28. In fact, Trivora-28 will regulate your period if you’ve previously experienced amenorrhea. If you prefer a birth control option that gives you fewer periods per year, Nurx™ offers similar options to Trivora-28 that allow you to skip periods.

  • How Nurx™ Works?

    Nurx™ is an innovative leader in the growing telehealth industry, providing affordable, convenient, and safe medications straight to your door. We offer easy access to quality birth control options that empower you to take control of your health and allow you to fill your prescriptions from the comfort and security of your own home.

    Nurx™ is a free platform offering easy online access to doctors and seamless delivery of medications. No more time-consuming trips to the clinic and no more frantic pharmacy runs. We put you in control of your own health, empowering you to get the care you need, when you need it. From diagnosis to delivery of prescriptions, we make every part of getting healthy and staying healthy, better.

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