Nordette 28 using as emergency contraceptive!!?
My wife will use nordette 28 as emergency contraceptive. The dose is 4pills and another 4pills after 12 hours. The packet contains 21white pills and 7brown pills. Which one should she use ??
Asked by Tajuana Ruwet 1 month ago.
Huh. Nordette 28 is a cyclical birth control, which means she should be taking one pill per day. That would eliminate the need for emergency contraception. That's why there are 21 white pills and 7 brown - the white pills are active hormones that would keep her infertile, and the 7 brown pills are inactive pills to allow for a withdrawal bleed, while she would still be infertile. Oral contraceptives are 99.9% effective when taken at the same time every day. Please ask your wife to go back to her doctor and discuss how she needs to be taking her pills to prevent pregnancy. Answered by Roxann Joswick 1 month ago.
Nordette 28, day three of placebo pills?
I was recently on Ori Tri but due to spotting in between periods and having a period for two weeks I had to change to Nordette 28. I haven't missed a pill and i'm already on my third day of placebo pills.Should I be worried?Also, during this first month I have had unprotected sex. But my doctor told me...
Asked by Lavern Rumfelt 1 month ago.
I was recently on Ori Tri but due to spotting in between periods and having a period for two weeks I had to change to Nordette 28. I haven't missed a pill and i'm already on my third day of placebo pills. Should I be worried? Also, during this first month I have had unprotected sex. But my doctor told me it's perfectly fine as long as you do it after the 7th day. Which we did. Usually, the week before my period i have breast tenderness, nauseous, sensitive, emotional. I had all those symptoms. Now it's my placebo week and the only symptoms i have is emotional, sensitive. The breast tenderness is still there but it's less like if my period already passed. Thank you for reading. Answered by Juliane Muskopf 1 month ago.
Anytime you switch formulations, you can have a couple of irregular periods until your body adjusts to the new med. I wouldn't worry unless you don't have ANY bleeding during your placebo week. You still have 4 days, so wait it out. If you have no bleeding - not even light spotting - during this week, then take a test next week. Answered by Jocelyn Nardy 1 month ago.
Pregnancy is very important should effective to family and life, I have a couple experience women herein source will give you an advise in book I hope you should ok Answered by Vaughn Wenner 1 month ago.
What is the drug NORDETTE?
Asked by Penny Ibarra 1 month ago.
Nordette-28 Tablets TABLETS (LEVONORGESTREL AND ETHINYL ESTRADIOL TABLETS) Patients should be counseled that this product does not protect against HIV infection (AIDS) and other sexually transmitted diseases. (birth control) Answered by Daisy Ragland 1 month ago.
Nordette Oral Contraceptive?
I've been on Nordette (28 tablet oral contraceptive) for around 5 months now. I had to switch from Yasmin because I started spotting in between periods. I wish I didn't because I loved Yasmin. My skin has been breaking out like crazy on Nordette. I used to have bad cystic acne and Accutane cleared it up for...
Asked by Amanda Clemmer 1 month ago.
I've been on Nordette (28 tablet oral contraceptive) for around 5 months now. I had to switch from Yasmin because I started spotting in between periods. I wish I didn't because I loved Yasmin. My skin has been breaking out like crazy on Nordette. I used to have bad cystic acne and Accutane cleared it up for me completely around three years ago. Now I'm noticing a few cystic pimples along with my regular break outs. I've been using mild soap and witch hazel to try and keep the break outs under control, but I'm getting fed up. I spent 6 months on Accutane to cure this and I feel like the new birth control is causing the breakouts. I'm thinking about going back to the OBGYN to have my prescription changed AGAIN but I wanted to see if anyone else had similar problems? Answered by Raphael Bracker 1 month ago.
i,m not trying to be funny but guy,s don't use nordette . Answered by Helga Gudger 1 month ago.
Mood Swings on Birth control?
Thanks for your answers, at least I don't feel like I am crazy anymore. I am going to talk to my doctor hopefully soon. I am in a "catch 22" situation with the PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) though, without any medication I can't get out of bed for 3 days out of every month and experience...
Asked by Evette Peeples 1 month ago.
I am taking Nordette-28 for PCOS. It does a great job of controling that problem but I think it is to blame for my sever mood swings. Granted I am of the younger age bracket, however I do not think these types of mood swings are the typical "teenager" ones. I will let the littlest thing just make me fly off the handle I get very pissed off for no apparent reason, and I realize this yet continue to feel pissed off. It is getting ridiculous! I started Nordette about a year and a half ago and it seems that these nasty moods started coming on after starting them. Has anybody else experienced this with Nordette? Answered by Paul Beerman 1 month ago.
Thanks for your answers, at least I don't feel like I am crazy anymore. I am going to talk to my doctor hopefully soon. I am in a "catch 22" situation with the PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) though, without any medication I can't get out of bed for 3 days out of every month and experience horrific cramps the entire duration on my period, yet on BC I turn into the wicked witch! Answered by Kali Loewer 1 month ago.
ive been on it and YES! it causes the worst mood swings, any birth control you are going to get on is going to give you mood swings, its because it is playing with your hormones and making you go nuts, i mean something that is stopping you from getting pregnant is going to play with your whole body, let alone your hormones, its normal to an extent, if youre still skeptical then ask your doctor about it Answered by Mariette Wyly 1 month ago.
Oh man does this sound like me. Except i have endo instead of PCOS...and every single bc made me feel crazy and mean and ot of control...i tried so many diff ones the last 7 years I almost gave up...my new gyno put me on nuvaring 5 months ago, and it is like heaven! No mood swings, no pain, nada i am in love! Good Luck Answered by Tinisha Veltin 1 month ago.
i never took nordette but i have have tried quite a few different types of birth control pills and the nuva ring. every last one of them gave me horrible mood swings and very bad pms, now that i have stopped using birth control i don't have mood swings or pms anymore. talk to your ob/gyn about it and see if there is something they might be able to do to help you. i totally understand how you feel about the mood swings and i hope it gets better for you. good luck. Answered by Song Krinke 1 month ago.
Pain/cold/allergy medication interaction with birth control pill?
I'm taking the pill - Portia (generic for Nordette 28). I've also been taking:1)Tylenol Regular Strength, 2) Tylenol Severe Head Congestion, 3) Claritin D, 4) Claritin (regular?), and 5) Advil Cold and Sinus (NOT all at the same time)I was wondering if this would interact with BCP rendering...
Asked by Jennefer Mcentee 1 month ago.
I'm taking the pill - Portia (generic for Nordette 28). I've also been taking: 1)Tylenol Regular Strength, 2) Tylenol Severe Head Congestion, 3) Claritin D, 4) Claritin (regular?), and 5) Advil Cold and Sinus (NOT all at the same time) I was wondering if this would interact with BCP rendering it ineffective, or if I'd have to wait a few days for these drugs to leave my system before the pill can work properly? I've heard that no interaction will take place, but also that one should avoid taking ibuprofen with BCP which is why acetaminophen is recommended over it. I'm hearing and reading a lot of conflicting information in general about this and I don't know what to follow. Thank you. Answered by Lanette Joesph 1 month ago.
1. its bad to mix a lot of pills, look at heath. 2. No one on here will know, call up a doc. he'll know. Answered by Kristen Debarros 1 month ago.
Birth control help???
Is anyone on levlen 28? I have been on levlen 28 for about a month and i took my pill on sun and still haven't had my period. I am 16 and the last time i had sex with my bf was in Nov. and I have had my period since then so i don' think im pregnant. I was wondering if anyone else has experienced this??
Asked by Ngan Hagel 1 month ago.
Take a preggo test. I'm on Nordette 28, but even birth control pills are not 100%. I use condoms AND take the pill. You should do the same. Sometimes tho stress can delay your period. Take a test just the same. Answered by Glory Mongold 1 month ago.
So when my last pill was on a Friday when should I start taking Nordette base on the instructions?
When the patient is switching from a 21-day regimen of tablets, she should wait 7 days after her last tablet before she starts Nordette-28. She will probably experience withdrawal bleeding during that week. She should be sure that no more than 7 days pass after her previous 21-day regimen.
Asked by Lucille Kreidler 1 month ago.
Whatever they say. Ask a doc. Answered by Shaquita Sower 1 month ago.
Missed period on birth control?
My girlfriend has been taking birth control for about 4 or 5 months now, and she just missed her period a week ago or so. She told me a couple weeks ago that it should be the upcoming weekend, and she said the same thing the next week. A few days ago she said it should be in a few days, and then today she says...
Asked by Jolyn Mcright 1 month ago.
My girlfriend has been taking birth control for about 4 or 5 months now, and she just missed her period a week ago or so. She told me a couple weeks ago that it should be the upcoming weekend, and she said the same thing the next week. A few days ago she said it should be in a few days, and then today she says it'll be about three more weeks. She said it has happened to her before and she took a pregnancy test and it came back not pregnant. I do not know if I am just freaking out or not. Please put your input. Thank you. Answered by Yoshie Holshovser 1 month ago.
You can miss your period on bc. I've been on bc many years & it's happened 2 me at times more than once. It can be stress, what bc she takes, the ingredient could be a strong dosage, or if she accidentally missed a pill and it effects the hormonal level, to where you miss periods. Some females don't even have periods on bc at all. I feel for you. Condoms help but always no guarantee overall even with bc when you have sex. I've been on Nordette-28 and then Desogen many years. It's really effective on preventing pregnancy. Although each bc effects each girl different. Sometimes the shot can cause missed periods too. I know how it is to "worry" like please no. Good luck. Answered by Gene Favre 1 month ago.
Can you have sex with only the pill?
My boyfriend and I just started having sex (the first times for both of us so no STDs) and we are really happy. However, I am having a freak out because we did it without a condom but I am on the pill. I don't take it at the same time every day because I can never keep a good schedule so we usually just use...
Asked by Dorothea Ehmann 1 month ago.
My boyfriend and I just started having sex (the first times for both of us so no STDs) and we are really happy. However, I am having a freak out because we did it without a condom but I am on the pill. I don't take it at the same time every day because I can never keep a good schedule so we usually just use condoms, but one time we didn't (and I took a Plan B). Can we rely on just the pill? Am I being paranoid? (I'm on the pill in case the condom breaks or something). But maybe if we didn't even need condoms in the first place because of the pill... What is your advice? Answered by Estelle Burgo 1 month ago.
There's a 1% failure rate which kind of adds up to a lot of women. Take them every single day, don't miss pills and take them properly, if your sick and vomiting use condoms, and same as if you go on any medication like antibiotics that make it less effective. It worked for me for about 7 years without a pregnancy. Also, you can take them as morning after pills if you think you need to. Look it up how many you'd need to use. Because that's essentially what Plan B is. So yes, you can rely on it, but don't take it for granted and assume that because it protects you for a while after you miss a pill or 2 that you can be slack with them. Carry a bag around you with them with a month's strip in the bag and try to take it at the same time every day, or go to a higher dose. If you're on a really low one (like one with 3 phases, or even 2 excluding the sugar pills) they're really sensitive about taking them at the same time. Stronger ones might be better for you. By the way, I too, Nordette 28 and had no problems with them. I don't know what that type translates into ones you can get, or if they'll be OK for you and won't give you side-effects. Everyone's different and different brands can do different things for different people. Answered by Leroy Nikach 1 month ago.
If you've both been checked then yes you can depend only on the pill. The pill is extremely effective IF you take it correctly which means you need to set a remainder or something in order for you to take it at a similar time everyday, as soon as you miss a pill your chances of getting pregnant will hit the roof so I guess you should use condoms if you can't take the pill correctly. Answered by Tonja Blada 1 month ago.
The pill is very effective at preventing pregnancy, but only around 90-99% of the time (depending on the type and whether or not you're using it perfectly, which you're not). So, odds are that you won't get pregnant, but it's definitely safest to use a backup like a condom. Answered by Marvis Juel 1 month ago.
If you're past the first week of taking the pill it should be ok. My advice is keep using condoms and try not to worry too much if you don't. There's always a chance of pregnancy, but not a very high one. Answered by Lashawn Charry 1 month ago.
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Use the condom every time.That is my real advise.You are too young to be on schedule,and that might be a big mistake. Moreover,you have to protect yourself from STD,HIV.It is not worth to take risk when you are still young. Answered by Vincent Mercante 1 month ago.
You don't necesarily need it, but it's always best to double up. If you are having trouble taking it around the same time everyday then try another form of birth control such as the rod, patch or ring. Answered by January Mcnamer 1 month ago.
ALWAYS use both or only condom, the pill might have an effect of killing the sperm but it does not ever protect you from HIV, STIs etc, just because it's both your first times doesn't mean you can not have Chlamydia,HIV and such, you get get in easily from kissing or someone spitting in your eyes. Get checked at your doctor before and after intercourse and then get regulars over the year. -Sandy Answered by Sadye Vannatten 1 month ago.
Contraception never guarantees no baby so there is also a slight chance of being pregnant Answered by Moon Hennigh 1 month ago.
Expect a baby soon,and your boyfriend to run off Answered by Drew Pettingill 1 month ago.