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Nor-QD is prescribed primarily for women who experience issues with birth control pills containing estrogen. Because Nor-QD is a low-hormone pill, it may be suitable for women with a history of blood clots, high blood pressure, or migraines. Since Nor-QD contains no estrogen, it is also ideal for mothers who are breastfeeding. Our team at Nurx can prescribe Nor-QD at special request, or can offer the generic equivalent Errin for as low as $0 with insurance or as little as $15 without insurance.
- How Does Nor-QD Work?
Nor-QD works by thickening cervical mucus which prevents sperm from reaching the egg. It also changes the lining of the uterus, making it harder for a fertilized egg to attach.
Nor-QD is also used to treat menstrual disorders, endometriosis, and abnormal vaginal bleeding.
- Is Nor-QD Easy to Get?
Nor-QD is available by prescription at pharmacies and can be covered by insurance. Contact your provider to inquire about insurance coverage.
- Are There Any Precautions?
Nor-QD should be stored at room temperature and kept away from sunlight.
Nor-QD is nearly 100% effective when used correctly. If you miss a dose or are more than three hours late taking your dose use a backup birth control method for the next 48 hours. Missing doses or taking your medication at different times of day can reduce the efficacy of Nor-QD.
An allergic reaction to Nor-QD is rare. If you experience any swelling of the face or throat, itching, or trouble breathing, stop taking Nor-QD and contact your healthcare provider as soon as possible.
- Are There Any Side Effects?
- Nausea and vomiting bloating
- Breast pain or tenderness
- Freckles or darkening of the skin
- Increased acne
As with any birth control medications, certain common side effects are normal and may stabilize with regular use of your medication. Although the risk is low, there is a chance of ectopic pregnancy or the development of ovarian cysts while using Nor-QD.
- Can Nor-QD Raise Blood Pressure?
The good news is that this progestin-only pill does not seem to cause any changes in blood pressure. However, women with a history of blood pressure issues should talk to their healthcare provider to determine whether Nor-QD is appropriate for them.
- Is Nor-QD Effective?
Nor-QD is effective when taken at the same time every day. If you miss a dose, use backup birth control for the next 48 hours.
- What Else Should I Know About Nor-QD?
Women over 35 should not smoke while using Nor-QD. Women with a history of stroke or blood clots, circulation problems, breast cancer, or liver disease should consult their healthcare provider before taking Nor-QD.
Nor-QD can interact with certain medications including St. John's Wort. Let your healthcare provider know about any medications you are taking so that they can advise if Nor-QD is right for you.
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