Question about Lo Ovral 28...?
I am about to start taking birth control for the first time and my doctor gave me Lo Ovral 28. I wanted to know what other people have thought of this type and their positive and negative experiences with it, such as what were the positive and negative side effects. Any input helps! Thank you.
Asked by Georgann Hanohano 1 year ago.
First of all, everyone reacts differently to birth control due to their body chemistry. So my experience might be totally different that what yours will be. I used Lo Ovral 28 for nearly 5 years. I never experienced any adverse side effects and it worked like a charm (still kid free!). Then one day I went to pick up my prescription and they had changed the tablet to a mint flavored chewable, with the option of still swallowing it whole. I didn't like chewing it up so I continued to take the tablet whole and the new flavoring gave me terrible heartburn. I had to switch to a different brand of birth control. I would say give it about 3 months though, and see how your body reacts to the medicine. Answered by Kizzy Hoefler 1 year ago.
I am currently on Lo Ovral right now, and I've been on it for 4 months. Before this, I was on Ortho Tri Cyclen Lo for a year, and I had breakthrough bleeding. Since being on Lo Ovral, I feel nauseous the first couple of days when I start a new cycle of pills, and I cramp pretty much the whole month. However, I have been known to be sensitive to medications, so it could be just me. Answered by Ludie Murzynski 1 year ago.
Lo/Ovral-28? Has anyone takin it?
I got switched to LO/Ovral-28, from Ortho Tri Cylen Lo, because it wasnt helping. I still have heavy periods. ANyone have good success and light periods on Lo Ovral?
Asked by Bianca Tensley 1 year ago.
I have used Lo/Ovral in the past and I had pretty good results with it as far as minimal side effects. However, I didn't find that it altered my periods other than to make them less painful. Answered by Grace Preusser 1 year ago.
Has anyone Used Lo-Ovral-28 for birth control and had side effects?
If you have taken it or even the generic version which is Cryselle-28.. What side effects occured? My insurance company won't pay for my ortho tri-cyclen lo, which worked wonders for me. Which is ridiculous to me because they paid in full my teen pregnancy without a problem, but when I try to be responsible...
Asked by Reid Samanlego 1 year ago.
If you have taken it or even the generic version which is Cryselle-28.. What side effects occured? My insurance company won't pay for my ortho tri-cyclen lo, which worked wonders for me. Which is ridiculous to me because they paid in full my teen pregnancy without a problem, but when I try to be responsible they won't help me. But thats a different story. I was just wondering the side effects anyone else has had? Please let me know Answered by Holley Costanzo 1 year ago.
I have taken Lo/Ovral in the past and had very few side effects with the medication. Because you did well with the Ortho-Tricyclen Lo I would recommend asking your doctor if they have samples of the medication. If they don't you can ask your doctor if they would be willing to help you with the insurance to explain to them why this medication works better for you than the other choices that they offer. Answered by Alvera Cataline 1 year ago.
I was on Lo-Ovral continuously (no periods) for three years. I gained weight. But I figured the weight gain was because my activity level declined due to several abdominal hernia-repair surgeries. I had this theory that there was a connection somehow between the continuous BCP use and my extreme abdominal bloating/swelling. I'd look 7 months pregnant at times. For real. The my doctor switched me to Lupron injections, which puts the body into a fake menopause. It was horrible. More weight. Not only did the endo come back with a vengence & worse than ever after the 6-month ordeal, but it made me VERY depressed. Like really really badly depressed. I've learned this is a common side-effect of GNrH inhibitor therapy like Lupron shots. So I went back onto Lo-ovral, continuous. Started exercising, and lost a lot of weight. Not every pound gained since starting LoOvral, but I don't mind so much -- because I spared myself those horrible periods. Seems like anytime there's play with hormones, one way or other the body weight is altered. Good luck to you. Answered by Rick Dalessandro 1 year ago.
Was anyone here taking Pfizer's Lo/Ovral-28 birth control pills?
I'm curious because that was a big headline today on the news.Pfizer has recalled about 1 million packets of Lo/Ovral-28 and its generic equivalent after a manufacturing mix-up led to about 30 packets, according to Pfizer estimates, being distributed with the pills out of order. That means a patient could...
Asked by Hilma Montier 1 year ago.
I was! And actually found out I was pregnant 6 weeks ago. Checked my birth control packets which low and behold are on the affected lot numbers lists... I have NO idea what my next step should be! Answered by Heriberto Alverado 1 year ago.
My girlfriend is on LO/ovral 28 she started it 6 days ago on Sunday. Help?
She started it 6 days ago. How much time should she wait before she has unprotected sex?
Asked by Ambrose Gavilanes 1 year ago.
when my doctor put me on birth control she told me to keep using condoms for the first month because it is not fully effective right away Answered by Dakota Wernick 1 year ago.
Im 33 and was prescribed Lo/Ovral-28 Im afraid of the side affects.?
I havent been on birth control for about 10 years and now Im 33. Im afraid of blood clots and dieing. I have migraines and told the doctor about them and she said I will be fine, but she doesn't know how my body will react to these. I was on the pill long ago and had migraines then too, does that mean since...
Asked by Angelica Siriano 1 year ago.
I havent been on birth control for about 10 years and now Im 33. Im afraid of blood clots and dieing. I have migraines and told the doctor about them and she said I will be fine, but she doesn't know how my body will react to these. I was on the pill long ago and had migraines then too, does that mean since I've been on them before 10 years ago with no problems I can get on them now and be fine? Im almost 35 and most of the side effects happen to wemon 35 and older...I need advice. Has anyone ever heard of some dieing from the pill? Answered by Frances Huddelston 1 year ago.
i haven't heard of anyone dying, but you can have too high of a dosage. headaches are a side effect of a too low prescription or too high. ask them to start you off low, then work your way up to where your period is predictable Answered by Genevie Schum 1 year ago.
Please, who knows,answer my question. Does the Lo/Ovral 28 contraceptive pill makes you gain weight?
Thank you very much for your answers! I checked with my doctor about Lo/Ovral and she says that I should still try it. Women are different and that's why our bodie react differently. I have another question here. I've been on Novynette (made in Hungary) for 6 months before and I really like it. Does...
Asked by Damaris Mora 1 year ago.
Thank you very much for your answers! I checked with my doctor about Lo/Ovral and she says that I should still try it. Women are different and that's why our bodie react differently. I have another question here. I've been on Novynette (made in Hungary) for 6 months before and I really like it. Does anyone know if this birth control pill available in America and where. as for the prescription, I'll get it. Thank you for all your help in adavance! Answered by Tamela Monell 1 year ago.
Your body is supposed to be regulating your hormones, this is how you were designed. Often the pill is used to force periods to be regular. I’ve seen all kinds of nasty side effects, including weight, and hair growth on your face, from small nuisances, to women whose entire life is messed up forever like loosing their uterus. The pill can be very dangerous. I get suicidal on it. When I was choosing a bc method, I researched them all. What I came up with was the diaphragm. It works without hormones so you don't end up with these huge Natzi hormones overthrowing and controlling your natural cycle. It's like a female condom, you can't feel or see it and neither can he. You put a little spermacide on the rim, which seals it and kills any trouble makers. If you follow directions as to how to use it and do so exactly, it's as effective as the pill, on the pregnancy part, perhaps better. The doctor will fit you to get the right size and to show you how to put it in and remove it. It's easier than to remember to take a pill everyday when you’re not gonna have sex everyday. You just have to remember it when you’re going to have sex. If you forget it, of course it doesn’t work at all. If periods are an issue regarding sex, it won't be anymore. The diaphragm holds the blood over night. It was my favorite bc method. However like the pill, it doesn't protect against std's, or the possibility of getting a disease that will kill you. Peace physicians assistant Answered by Lino Hethcote 1 year ago.
I've been on Lo/Ovral and found that it could cause weight gain, but that was mostly water. It was caused because of the hormones in the medication. I would recommend checking with your doctor as well to see what they say. Answered by Graciela Olszewski 1 year ago.
I have been on birth control for 4 yrs and i have actually lost 20 lbs since the intial time i went on it... ...some will make you gain a bit of weight ... some will work with you to maintain it... Answered by Savannah Axt 1 year ago.
Consult your doctor with these sorts of things. Beau Answered by Myrl Huscher 1 year ago.
Side effects of birth controll?
im on a generic substitute for the ovral-28 tablet birth controll, for hormone replacement. ( i have PCOS). on the packet on the perscription label it says avoid direct sun exposure or uv rays ----i was just curious what that means.. i mean obviously stay out of the sun, but is it because your skin gets more...
Asked by Rhoda Hadian 1 year ago.
im on a generic substitute for the ovral-28 tablet birth controll, for hormone replacement. ( i have PCOS). on the packet on the perscription label it says avoid direct sun exposure or uv rays ---- i was just curious what that means.. i mean obviously stay out of the sun, but is it because your skin gets more senstivie or a chemical reaction or what? Answered by Aurelia Obermiller 1 year ago.
There is nothing special about the ingredient in ovral-28, its a very commonly used contraceptive ingredient (ethinyl estradiol, though it has other names). This ingredient very occasionally causes photo-sensitivity reactions. The result would be brown blotches on exposed skin through a hyper-pigmentation reaction. Interestingly, the same warning does not appear on ovral-28 instructions. It might be sensible to use uv protection on your face. Or if you are less angst about it, then wait and see, and use uv protection if you see any darkening appearing. Answered by Matha Woodin 1 year ago.
There is only one method of birth control that is is 100% effective, totally safe, and has no side effects, and that is to have your cords clipped. One can hum and haw and shuck and jive, but as the Spanish would tell you, "La verdad es La verdad (the truth is the truth). Answered by Carmelita Geck 1 year ago.