Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020907/001.

Names and composition

"ACTIVELLA" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ESTRADIOL and NORETHINDRONE ACETATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020907/001 ACTIVELLA ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE TABLET/ORAL 1MG and 0.5MG
020907/002 ACTIVELLA ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG and 0.1MG
021103/001 ACTIVELLA ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE TABLET/ ORAL 1MG per 0.5MG
022001/001 ACTIVELLA ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE TABLET/ ORAL 1MG per 0.5MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020870/001 COMBIPATCH ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.05MG per 24HR and 0.14MG per 24HR
020870/002 COMBIPATCH ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.05MG per 24HR and 0.25MG per 24HR
020907/001 ACTIVELLA ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE TABLET/ORAL 1MG and 0.5MG
020907/002 ACTIVELLA ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG and 0.1MG
021103/001 ACTIVELLA ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE TABLET/ ORAL 1MG per 0.5MG
022001/001 ACTIVELLA ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE TABLET/ ORAL 1MG per 0.5MG
078324/001 ESTRADIOL AND NORETHINDRONE ACETATE ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE TABLET/ORAL 1MG and 0.5MG
078324/002 ESTRADIOL AND NORETHINDRONE ACETATE ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG and 0.1MG
079193/001 ESTRADIOL AND NORETHINDRONE ACETATE ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE TABLET/ORAL 1MG and 0.5MG
200747/001 ESTRADIOL AND NORETHINDRONE ACETATE ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG and 0.1MG
203339/001 AMABELZ ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG and 0.1MG
203339/002 AMABELZ ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE TABLET/ORAL 1MG and 0.5MG
207261/001 ESTRADIOL AND NORETHINDRONE ACETATE ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG and 0.1MG
207261/002 ESTRADIOL AND NORETHINDRONE ACETATE ESTRADIOL; NORETHINDRONE ACETATE TABLET/ORAL 1MG and 0.5MG

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Answered questions

Can taking Activella cause Rosacea?
Ive been taking Acitvella for hormones for almost a year and the last couple months I started to get rashes on my chin and under my nose. Activella is the only prescription Im taking. Its little bumps and I can feel its there and sometimes I want to itch it but I dont want to cause it to look worst. Ive tried... Asked by Marnie Tessmer 1 year ago.

Ive been taking Acitvella for hormones for almost a year and the last couple months I started to get rashes on my chin and under my nose. Activella is the only prescription Im taking. Its little bumps and I can feel its there and sometimes I want to itch it but I dont want to cause it to look worst. Ive tried every hydrocortizone lotion there is. Im trying lotion for ezema which isnt helping either. My mom recently gave me some Retin A and she thinks I have Rosacea. Is this caused by taking the Activella? Is there something over the counter I can do for the time being till I can get to a doctor? Answered by Cleopatra Boutros 1 year ago.


Can estrogen (Activella) be used to achieve the same result as Plan B?
I'm "only" 28, but I'm taking Activella to get my hormones back to normal after they got out of whack from the Depo-Provera shot. Anyway, I'm curious if taking one or more of these would prevent pregnancy like Plan B does. Also wondering about the differences and similarities between the... Asked by Katherina Mcgaw 1 year ago.

I'm "only" 28, but I'm taking Activella to get my hormones back to normal after they got out of whack from the Depo-Provera shot. Anyway, I'm curious if taking one or more of these would prevent pregnancy like Plan B does. Also wondering about the differences and similarities between the chemical properties of levonorgestrel and estradiol/norethindrone acetate. Thanks. Answered by Lenard Savastano 1 year ago.

No, estrogen cannot be used as Plan B. Plan B is made up of artificial progestin not estrogen. Two different hormones. If you need Plan B, go to a pharmacy! Answered by Catrina Mickelson 1 year ago.

do not TAKE a great number of beginning administration pills, it is not a similar - there are different hormones in maximum styles of beginning administration medicine. the least confusing answer on your situation is, as a replace of having your seven day wreck, in simple terms initiate the subsequent %. at contemporary. you will not have a era till the top of the 2d %.. it is not volatile - it is a similar technique as you're able to use in case you neglected a pill over the final seven days of your %.. you're able to adventure some easy recognizing, yet a minimum of you will not have a era. Answered by Loyce Alex 1 year ago.


I'm 44 just started taking low dose hormone replacement Activella because I'm already post menopausal.?
First day: drowsy, groggy, light headache. Has anyone experienced this? I wanted to feel better not worse. Hopefully this passes? Can't stay awake! Asked by Shavonda Reuhl 1 year ago.

Yes, other people have experienced this too. It gradually passes... Answered by Lorilee Hultman 1 year ago.


Name of estrogen tablets available in india?
i like to know what are the estrogen tablets available in india and their price? Asked by Carolina Appert 1 year ago.

FemHrt, made by Pfizer and Activella, a vegetable-based estrogen from Pharmacia, contain a modified progestin. Answered by Shirly Desantiago 1 year ago.


I have no ovaries but still have monthly periods...no joking...?
I started bleeding 28 after my last period after I had ovaries removed, so my Doctor put me on Activella (hrt) and I started again this month. So, with and without hrt I'm having monthly periods, if that's what you want to call them, and have no ovaries. What is so funny is that I'm on time with these... Asked by Aleisha Horchler 1 year ago.

I started bleeding 28 after my last period after I had ovaries removed, so my Doctor put me on Activella (hrt) and I started again this month. So, with and without hrt I'm having monthly periods, if that's what you want to call them, and have no ovaries. What is so funny is that I'm on time with these bleeding cycles. Answered by Marni Daoud 1 year ago.

Hmm, tell your doctor. I think yoiu can still have your period though cuz if you still have a uterus, it may still be having cycles. If you don't have ovaries, there not producing eggs, but then your body reads that you aren't pregnant and you bleed. this is just my opinion, but definitly see the doctor. Answered by Reena Sprunk 1 year ago.


Estrogen and oral contraception...?
I take Yasmin for birth control, for about two months now. For about a year, however, I've been on Activella to regulate my hormones. It just occurred to me to wonder, on my "placebo days," can I still take the Activella? Asked by Bobbye Cattanach 1 year ago.

WOW! So you are taking a double-dose of estrogen? Yikes!! May I ask why? How old are you? Two-thirds of women do NOT need estrogen replacement well into their 80's! Both of these drugs contain estradiol, the strongest of the 3 estrogens, and the "bad" one that causes breast cancer. Perhaps you need a new doctor. The one that prescribed those two together is irresponsible! Answered by Linn Magrone 1 year ago.


I found a pinkish peach pill , can you tell me what it is ?
It's small , round , and has "Novo" written on one side . Asked by Carolyne Vititoe 1 year ago.

Consult a pharmacist and do not take anything you cannot ID. Pharmacists are trained to know how to identify and describe what pills are and the dosage as well as what they may do. Most of them have a computerized network these days to assist them and make sure you are not taking the wrong thing. She ought to have a bottle to show you, and you should NEVER take other persons' medications as they were prescribed SPECIFICALLY FOR THEIR DIAGNOSIS! It could prove quite harmful. If you cannot see them directly that person should ask or see a doctor or pharmacist themself. Medication questions are not for the layman but a trained professional. Answered by Mac Neubacher 1 year ago.

well don't take it! Unless you had a small child that ingested some of the same medicine (in which case call poison control/head for the doc) then throw it in the toilet. Answered by Brandie Dimicco 1 year ago.

lols ' its a menopause pill. Answered by Lindsey Birr 1 year ago.


Can taking Activella cause Rosacea?
Ive been taking Acitvella for hormones for almost a year and the last couple months I started to get rashes on my chin and under my nose. Activella is the only prescription Im taking. Its little bumps and I can feel its there and sometimes I want to itch it but I dont want to cause it to look worst. Ive tried... Asked by Walter Zwack 1 year ago.

Ive been taking Acitvella for hormones for almost a year and the last couple months I started to get rashes on my chin and under my nose. Activella is the only prescription Im taking. Its little bumps and I can feel its there and sometimes I want to itch it but I dont want to cause it to look worst. Ive tried every hydrocortizone lotion there is. Im trying lotion for ezema which isnt helping either. My mom recently gave me some Retin A and she thinks I have Rosacea. Is this caused by taking the Activella? Is there something over the counter I can do for the time being till I can get to a doctor? Answered by Venita Houghtaling 1 year ago.


Can estrogen (Activella) be used to achieve the same result as Plan B?
I'm "only" 28, but I'm taking Activella to get my hormones back to normal after they got out of whack from the Depo-Provera shot. Anyway, I'm curious if taking one or more of these would prevent pregnancy like Plan B does. Also wondering about the differences and similarities between the... Asked by Theresia Halgas 1 year ago.

I'm "only" 28, but I'm taking Activella to get my hormones back to normal after they got out of whack from the Depo-Provera shot. Anyway, I'm curious if taking one or more of these would prevent pregnancy like Plan B does. Also wondering about the differences and similarities between the chemical properties of levonorgestrel and estradiol/norethindrone acetate. Thanks. Answered by Roseline Welke 1 year ago.

No, estrogen cannot be used as Plan B. Plan B is made up of artificial progestin not estrogen. Two different hormones. If you need Plan B, go to a pharmacy! Answered by Brigitte Rhead 1 year ago.

do not TAKE a great number of beginning administration pills, it is not a similar - there are different hormones in maximum styles of beginning administration medicine. the least confusing answer on your situation is, as a replace of having your seven day wreck, in simple terms initiate the subsequent %. at contemporary. you will not have a era till the top of the 2d %.. it is not volatile - it is a similar technique as you're able to use in case you neglected a pill over the final seven days of your %.. you're able to adventure some easy recognizing, yet a minimum of you will not have a era. Answered by Kimberley Klatt 1 year ago.


I'm 44 just started taking low dose hormone replacement Activella because I'm already post menopausal.?
First day: drowsy, groggy, light headache. Has anyone experienced this? I wanted to feel better not worse. Hopefully this passes? Can't stay awake! Asked by Sean Amon 1 year ago.

Yes, other people have experienced this too. It gradually passes... Answered by Alfredo Soloveichik 1 year ago.


Name of estrogen tablets available in india?
i like to know what are the estrogen tablets available in india and their price? Asked by Boyce Sasser 1 year ago.

FemHrt, made by Pfizer and Activella, a vegetable-based estrogen from Pharmacia, contain a modified progestin. Answered by Larisa Nolau 1 year ago.


I have no ovaries but still have monthly periods...no joking...?
I started bleeding 28 after my last period after I had ovaries removed, so my Doctor put me on Activella (hrt) and I started again this month. So, with and without hrt I'm having monthly periods, if that's what you want to call them, and have no ovaries. What is so funny is that I'm on time with these... Asked by Milissa Lefever 1 year ago.

I started bleeding 28 after my last period after I had ovaries removed, so my Doctor put me on Activella (hrt) and I started again this month. So, with and without hrt I'm having monthly periods, if that's what you want to call them, and have no ovaries. What is so funny is that I'm on time with these bleeding cycles. Answered by Kylie Reichler 1 year ago.

Hmm, tell your doctor. I think yoiu can still have your period though cuz if you still have a uterus, it may still be having cycles. If you don't have ovaries, there not producing eggs, but then your body reads that you aren't pregnant and you bleed. this is just my opinion, but definitly see the doctor. Answered by Ophelia Pomerantz 1 year ago.


Estrogen and oral contraception...?
I take Yasmin for birth control, for about two months now. For about a year, however, I've been on Activella to regulate my hormones. It just occurred to me to wonder, on my "placebo days," can I still take the Activella? Asked by Sharita Caminero 1 year ago.

WOW! So you are taking a double-dose of estrogen? Yikes!! May I ask why? How old are you? Two-thirds of women do NOT need estrogen replacement well into their 80's! Both of these drugs contain estradiol, the strongest of the 3 estrogens, and the "bad" one that causes breast cancer. Perhaps you need a new doctor. The one that prescribed those two together is irresponsible! Answered by Krissy Morss 1 year ago.


I found a pinkish peach pill , can you tell me what it is ?
It's small , round , and has "Novo" written on one side . Asked by Terisa Kabat 1 year ago.

Consult a pharmacist and do not take anything you cannot ID. Pharmacists are trained to know how to identify and describe what pills are and the dosage as well as what they may do. Most of them have a computerized network these days to assist them and make sure you are not taking the wrong thing. She ought to have a bottle to show you, and you should NEVER take other persons' medications as they were prescribed SPECIFICALLY FOR THEIR DIAGNOSIS! It could prove quite harmful. If you cannot see them directly that person should ask or see a doctor or pharmacist themself. Medication questions are not for the layman but a trained professional. Answered by Machelle Bartolome 1 year ago.

well don't take it! Unless you had a small child that ingested some of the same medicine (in which case call poison control/head for the doc) then throw it in the toilet. Answered by Shandi Bevevino 1 year ago.

lols ' its a menopause pill. Answered by Elwanda Torian 1 year ago.


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