Did ovcon 35 make you sick?
have you taken ovcon 35 birth control and did it make you sick? i took it for the first time yesterday morning then last night, i got sick. the dr said that it would be a side effect. if it did cause you to get sick, how long did that last.
Asked by Katheryn Cottrill 3 months ago.
I have taken Ovcon 35 now called Femcon Fe and had no problems with getting sick while on the medication. The reason was because I took it at 11:30 at night with no problems. This side effect can last for up to 3 months while the body is trying to adjust to the medication, but I would recommend letting your doctor know that you are concerned about this side effect and want to see what other recommendations he may have for treatment. Answered by Hilario Bobian 3 months ago.
Does anyone take Ovcon 35? Please help?
I noticed recently that I have been having severe itching on my arms, legs and stomach at night. I have recently switched my birth control to Ovcon 35 and take it at night. Did anyone else experience this? Other side effects?
Asked by Casey Alcala 3 months ago.
I have taken Ovcon 35 (now called Femcon Fe) but never experienced those kind of side effects. These symptoms could indicate an allergic reaction to the pill (an example only). The only way to know for sure is to see your doctor for further evaluation of the situation to see what they say. Answered by Jeremy Dischinger 3 months ago.
Has anyone experienced breast increase or clear skin while taking ovcon 35 birth control?
Is this normal?
Asked by Gilda Nieder 3 months ago.
All birth controls are hormones so with any of them you can experience these side effects. I was on ovcon 35 and then on ovcon 50 and I personally did not have these effects but that does not mean that other people won't experience breast size increasing or clear skin. Answered by Tenisha Delano 3 months ago.
Honey, ALL BCP's are hormonal so these effects are possible with ALL brands. It's not guaranteed that everyone will experience this, it depends on your body. It sounds like you're trying to use Y/A to decide which BCP to take. Not a good idea, go with your doctor's advice. Answered by Quintin Jamon 3 months ago.
Has anyone ever had problems with the birth control pill Ovcon 35?
They recently put my girlfriend on this pill and it's really messing with her periods like constant bleeding and cramping. I was just wondering if it's the pill or maybe something worse. She doesn't have a cyst or anything like that.
Asked by Rikki Sasuille 3 months ago.
It probably is the pill, most doctors recommend a three month trial period to see if things level out . . . but sometimes it's a bit of a hit and miss operation . . . There are two different types of pills with many differant brands with varying levels of hormones. The basic types are monophasic and triphasic . . . I'm not sure which Ovcon 35 is but if it's doing all that you guys might want to try to shift to the other type. Other options include The Shot, NuevoRing, and IUDs . . . all have different drawbacks. Other contributers to spotting and bleeding are smoking drinking and being overweight. Good luck! And I hope you're being safe as well. Answered by Alysha Calisto 3 months ago.
Hi there ! When you are taking a pill, any birth control pill for that matter, its a hormone you are ingesting..right ? Thereby you are "interfering with the normal computerised hormone axis" of the body.. so..when ever you take any hormone tablets, some amount of bleeding abnormality, nausea, cramps restlessness etc are bound to be there ! If very much intolerable, maybe you will have to get an opinion from a gynaecologist..and go for a change of brands..! best wishes... Answered by Donn Ascher 3 months ago.
Late period on Ovcon 35?
Has anyone ever missed a period while taking Ovcon 35?
Asked by Malisa Ohlinger 3 months ago.
I have, my doctor told me to stop taking them, it can make me so that i can not have babies anymore. Answered by Margareta Cioffi 3 months ago.
Anyone taking OVCON 35?
Has anyone else experienced weight gain or very bad bloating with this birth control pill?
Asked by Marguerite Ditty 3 months ago.
I am currently on it. I gained a little weight but with a little extra excercise it came right off and I went back to my normal rutine and things are still the same. Sorry to say but I have not experienced bloating that was any worse than normal. I've been taking it for 3 years now. If you have any more questions feel free to ask me, or you can call your doc. Hope this helps. Answered by Jaunita Borrero 3 months ago.
After taking the first pill, how long does it take for Ovcon 35 to be effectively in my system?
I'm on ovcon 35, I was off of it for a few months, and have been taking it for six days now... is it safe to have sex?
Asked by Bert Topi 3 months ago.
To be on the safe side i would use a backup method for at least a month. Provided that you have taken the pill properly you should be ok now, but just to err of caution i would be careful until your next period Answered by Denita Carlacci 3 months ago.
Changing birth control pills...ovcon 35 to ortho tri cyclen lo?
i was on ovcon 35 for over 10 yrs and the doc recently changed me to ortho tri cyclen lo. i actually took my first pill today....im a lil nervous cause i been taking one brand for 10 yrs and my body is used to it and i know when and how i get my perios but the doc said i didnt need all those hormones so he changed...
Asked by Shawanda Gerdiman 3 months ago.
i was on ovcon 35 for over 10 yrs and the doc recently changed me to ortho tri cyclen lo. i actually took my first pill today....im a lil nervous cause i been taking one brand for 10 yrs and my body is used to it and i know when and how i get my perios but the doc said i didnt need all those hormones so he changed me to a lower does and i am nervous....any input??? Answered by Brenna Edler 3 months ago.
Ortho lo is a great choice for most women as it is the lowest effective dosage, meaning less stress on your body and lower chance of certain complications typical of birth control. It is a good move to make and if you switched starting on day 1 of your cycle you should experience very few side effects. It is possible that you may have break through bleeding or a delayed period your first cycle, but your body will certain adjust. Answered by Greg Filippi 3 months ago.
I'm currently pregnant and I was on the yaz pill.. Lol nothing is a 100% sure to prevent pregnancy. As long as you don't forget to take a pill each day and you aren't on an antibiotic (I was on Minocycline) then you're good. Antibiotics somehow block the effectiveness of the bc. As for Depo.. I was on it for 4 years and didn't get pregnant till I switched to pills. Most women get pregnant inbetween their shots, but there is no way the depo "messes up" otherwise. But as most things have side effects so does Depo even though it's GREAT that you only have a period every 3 months and you don't have to remember a pill each day some women expierence early osteoporosis, and some even infertility. After I have my baby I'm still going to go back on the pill just not take antibiotics. Hope I helped out! Pill pros:: Helps your skin, helps regulate your period, Helps your mood, helps with bloating Cons:: weight gain :S Answered by Lilli Lotti 3 months ago.
Does anyone have anything good to say about Balziva, the generic of Ovcon 35?
I just switched from Yaz to Ovcon 35 and the pharmacy gave me Balziva, the generic. I read alot of bad things about the generic, so I just wondered if anyone had anything positive to say about it. I start them in about a week and am wondering if switching was a bad idea. I was having breakthrough bleeding with Yaz...
Asked by Twana Abbott 3 months ago.
I just switched from Yaz to Ovcon 35 and the pharmacy gave me Balziva, the generic. I read alot of bad things about the generic, so I just wondered if anyone had anything positive to say about it. I start them in about a week and am wondering if switching was a bad idea. I was having breakthrough bleeding with Yaz though. Answered by Jeana Waszkiewicz 3 months ago.
I am in the same boat as you. I just got off of Yaz (man that stuff was killing me) and i've been taking Balziva for about a week now...so far I haven't noticed anything bad, my headaches went away, I"m not tired all the time, and I'm not nauseaous. The only thing I will say is that my cycles are just as long as before I was on Yaz (on Yaz my cycle was only around 3 days...it's been 6 now with Balziva) and I have more cramping. I'd try it though, I was scared too b/c I seriously read only about 5 positive comments and about 304954 negative ones (haha). BUT like I"m sure you know, every one's body chemistry is different. Best of luck to you! Answered by Bill Mazella 3 months ago.
First off, I know this is a kind of a wierd question to ask on Yahoo! It's about Ovcon-35.?
Ok, I got on Ovcon-35 when I was 16 (for irregular cycle) and I just went off it completely in January (I am now 21). Up until last month (July) I had a period every month and for the last 2 weeks I've been experiencing vaginal spotting. Out of those 2-3 weeks maybe I had to use a light pad for 2 of those days...
Asked by Jacquelyne Wechselblatt 3 months ago.
Ok, I got on Ovcon-35 when I was 16 (for irregular cycle) and I just went off it completely in January (I am now 21). Up until last month (July) I had a period every month and for the last 2 weeks I've been experiencing vaginal spotting. Out of those 2-3 weeks maybe I had to use a light pad for 2 of those days b/c it was a little more than usual. I read that it could be a hormonal problem. But I was just wondering has anyone else had this problem when going off Ovcon-35? I know for a fact that I am not pregnant, so what are some possibilites? Answered by Alfonzo Nathoo 3 months ago.
If you had irregular periods etc before you went on the pill, I would expect you to still have irregular periods when you come off it again. The pill totally overrides your natural cycle, it doesn't fix it. Also expect three months of screwed up cycles when you come off, same as when you first started. Answered by Britt Strobridge 3 months ago.