Does Aviane and Tri Lo Sprintec birth control pills cause weight gain?
Asked by Myra Endris 3 months ago.
Yes to aviane and probably to Tri Lo Sprintec. I've never taken Tri Lo Sprintec, but I've taken Aviane a few times and I did gain weight. The first time I took it I only gained like 5 lbs, but I later gained around 10 or 15 (which could've been a combination of lifestyle and the pill). Supposedly it's water weight. I busted my *** working out the first time I took it and never lost the weight. Also just to warn you, all the different birth control pills I've tried have made me gain weight, and have made me miserable. Supposedly Aviane is low dose, but it didn't feel any different. Everyone is different so you won't neccessairly feel awful like I did, but I do know a few girls besides myself who have had the following side effects: depression, loss of sex drive (which if you take the pill for awhile, can take a long time to come back - it took about 6 months for me, after stopping it) weight gain/bloating, sore boobs, nausea, headaches, mood swings. Supposedly these go away in 3 months, but they never went away for me. My doctor told me the pill wouldn't cause those side effects, but that's BS - doctors push the pill like its their job, so if you have side effects and don't want to take it, don't let your doctor coerce you into it. There ARE other options. Answered by Lennie Scrim 3 months ago.
muscle burns at least four times as many calories as fat does so try twenty minutes of strength straining two to three times a week Answered by Lawrence Zenor 3 months ago.
spice things up with 35 minutes of foreplay and 45 minutes of sex in different positions Answered by Lawana Kha 3 months ago.
eating water rich foods such as melons tomatoes and celery can help fill you up without adding too many calories to your day Answered by Leif Faske 3 months ago.
try to have a little lean protein with each meal as protein tends to be more satisfying than carbs or fats Answered by Linnie Outzen 3 months ago.
trade in a cappuccino for a regular a cup of joe Answered by Kiley Weltch 3 months ago.
Eat raw vegetables not fried Answered by Belinda Cinotto 3 months ago.
go retro roller skate for 15 minutes Answered by Emory Baronne 3 months ago.
if you re trying to lose weight with your significant other pack each others lunches the lunchbox surprises will keep the both of you motivated Answered by Tonette Oedekerk 3 months ago.
What is your experience with Tri-Lo-Sprintec?
I am going on the pill for the first time iwth Tri-Lo-Sprintec. Hoping for minimal/no side affects! My sisters both did well on Ortho-Tricyclin Lo. What is your experience with Tri-Lo-Sprintec?
Asked by Shiloh Vandestreek 3 months ago.
I believe Tri-Lo-Sprintec is the generic brand of Ortho-Tricyclin Lo (same thing but cheaper cuz its not the brand name). I have been on birth control for three years now and was on that brand and never had any side effects. If you do have bad side effects for more than 3 months of being on it, I would just talk to your doctor about switching brands until you find one that works for you. Good Luck Answered by Zita Silcott 3 months ago.
I on no account have been given ingredient consequences with ortho tri-cyclen. I had on no account been on the lo, basically the widespread at 17 while i began taking delivery administration. while i began, it regulated my era and that i used to basically get it 2-3 days. the only time I ever had problems replaced into while i began depo-provera. If the ortho-tri cyclen does not artwork - I advise staying far removed from depo. Answered by Shantelle Hashaway 3 months ago.
Tri-lo sprintec? Are the Rumors true?
I have heard alot of BAD rumors about tri-lo sprintec. I want to know how true they are, i'm 17 and never had a problem with ortho-tri cycle. i heard they have alot of mood swings. please help! b.c i'm scared to cont. to take them
Asked by Dorcas Olivar 3 months ago.
Every birth control works differently for every person. What works well for you might not work for someone else...and what works terribly for someone else might work great for you! You just need to experiment with different birth control pills and find one that works well with your body. I'm not really sure what you mean when you say Tri-lo sprintec, but I'm assuming you are referring to either Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo or Tri-Sprintec. Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo is a name brand pill that is fairly new, so it doesn't have a generic brand yet. Tri-Sprintec is a generic brand for Ortho-Tri Cyclen, which is slightly different from Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo, but made by the same company. Neither brand is any "better" or "worse," they are just different. Each one works well for some people and not well for others. If you have found a pill that works well for you, don't be afraid to stick with it because you have heard negative reviews from others. Just because it didn't work for them doesn't mean you will have problems with it. If you have been on one type of pill for a while and you haven't experienced any side effects yet, you will probably not experience side effects at all. Usually the side effects occur when you first start taking the pills, not after you've been taking them for a while. Answered by Ivy Kruppa 3 months ago.
I haven't heard any bad rumors about this pill. I was on Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo, and it really messed with my body. The pills weren't strong enough to suppress bleeding and I suffered with constant mood swings. I've been through about five different pill brands, and that was by far the worst. Answered by Jordon Belton 3 months ago.
I took generics for Ortho Tri Cyclin and it made me have bad mood swings. So now I am currently on a generic for LoEstrin..and so far my mood swings are a lot calmer. Answered by Victoria Mcandrew 3 months ago.
What happened to "Tri-Lo-Sprintec"?
I started taking the oral contraceptive, Tri-Lo-Sprintec as a cheaper alternative for Ortho-Tri-Cyclen-Lo. I've never taken Ortho-Tri-Cyclen-Lo, only the generic. I was informed by the Wal-Mart Pharmacy tech that Tri-Lo-Sprintec was no longer available. She told me it was because they put it on the market too...
Asked by Venetta Ikenberry 3 months ago.
I started taking the oral contraceptive, Tri-Lo-Sprintec as a cheaper alternative for Ortho-Tri-Cyclen-Lo. I've never taken Ortho-Tri-Cyclen-Lo, only the generic. I was informed by the Wal-Mart Pharmacy tech that Tri-Lo-Sprintec was no longer available. She told me it was because they put it on the market too soon. I reluctantly paid the extra $40 for my refill. Later I decided to investigate what happened, incase it may effect me. After extensive searching, I came up empty handed. I'd like to know why there is no documentation about this. I already know that the formulas are different and am worried. I had no problems with the generic and would like to stay on it. Was she just bullshitting me because they didn't have it or what? And is there a similar generic that I can take? Answered by Claire Walzer 3 months ago.
Hello. I am 25 yrs old and have been taking Ortho-Tri-Cyclen-Lo for 3 years now without any problems. I also have never had any problems with headaches and had never experienced a migraine. Then 5 months ago, my pharmacist talked me into switching to Tri-Lo-Sprintec. Within a month, I had a headache that never went away. Then a month later, I started getting migraines that would have me in bed crying for 3 days straight. Not ideal situation for someone with a one year old daughter. Anyway, after blood test and MRI, and the worst 4 months of my life, my doctor has narrowed it down to Tri-Lo-Sprintec and something to do the the quality of solvent that binds the pills together. I have been off of them for about a month and have not had a single migraine. Hope this helps. Answered by Ashlie Tackitt 3 months ago.
same thing happened to me. i actually liked that pill! Answered by Annis Mcelduff 3 months ago.
IT HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED FROM THE MANUFACTURE... Answered by Ludivina Mccormick 3 months ago.
Tri Lo Sprintec Birth Control?
Here's my story: I go to a dermatologist for my acne but the problem was she wanted me to take birth control before she put me on this other medication. The medication she wants to put me is promised to clear my face up. The thing is you can't get pregnant because it causes severe birth defects. So I went...
Asked by Maris Haight 3 months ago.
Here's my story: I go to a dermatologist for my acne but the problem was she wanted me to take birth control before she put me on this other medication. The medication she wants to put me is promised to clear my face up. The thing is you can't get pregnant because it causes severe birth defects. So I went to a gynecologist and he gave me a prescription for ortho tri cylen lo. I brought the prescription to walmart pharmacy and went i got home and opened it up it was tr-lo spintec. I began doing research and i see several stories of a recall on tri-lo sprintec and very bad side effects. My question is what should i do? I had already done research on the ortho tri cylen lo. I've decided i'm not going to take the tri lo sprintec because i want the name brand. Has anyone taken tri-lo sprintec? Answered by Esperanza Fernette 3 months ago.
You're completely safe. Pharmacies are among the first to know about drug recalls. And when there is a recall, IF they have that lot # of the recalled drug in stock, it gets pulled off the shelf IMMEDIATELY! The recall can be for something like the pills being in the wrong place inside the blister pack. Tri-lo-sprintec is just a generic of Ortho. It's usually a state law to dispense a generic (depending on where you live) unless YOU specify that you want brand OR the doctor writes "medically necessary" on the prescription. And unless you (or your parents, if you're on their insurance) work for the company that MAKES Ortho, getting the brand name would have cost you BIG. I'm assuming the dermatologist wants to put you on Accutane (Sotret). You will get a generic for that as well, like Claravis or Amnesteem. It's common practice. Answered by Breanne Petchulis 3 months ago.
Sprintec Birth Control Recall Answered by Cora Chaknis 3 months ago.
Yeah. i replaced into on Ortho tri-cyclin lo and that i had comparable reports. that's likely your physique getting used to the hormones. provide it like 2 months, frequently it gets greater perfect after that. If it does not, Yasmin works large (I switched to Yasmin from Ortho) and so does the Nuva Ring (I switched from Yasmin to the Nuva Ring because of the fact I had a tough time remembering to take the pill) Answered by Tracee Browman 3 months ago.
Orthotrycycline lo and tri-lo sprintec birth control?
MY QUESTION IS WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THIS TWO BIRTH CONTROL PILLS. ALSO CAN U TELL ME WHISH ONE IS BETTER
Asked by Jed Miggins 3 months ago.
I was on orthotricyclin and now I'm on tri-lo sprintec. I wasn't told that I was being changed over. I freaked out! I read the label back and forth and they both have the same dosage on everything. The only difference is the amount of money you pay. I prefer ortho rather than sprintec. Sprintec comes in a rectangle package you pop-out, and my Ortho came in a circle with a twist knob. Answered by Kimber Lossa 3 months ago.
Ortho-tri-cyclen to Tri-lo-sprintec --- Acne!?
Well I've been on it for about 6 month now, and I guess because I started out with Ortho, which is of course better than generic, it created a problem for me when I switched. I've tried everything to treat this acne (multivitamins, vit A, B5, C, Zinc supplements, skin,hair,nails supplements, Nature's...
Asked by Viola Screnci 3 months ago.
Hello. I've been on Ortho for almost a year, but then I had to switch to tri-lo-sprintec because of insurance issue. Like many, I've started getting horrible breakouts that are so frustrating and annoying. I am planning to switch back to Ortho in march. If anybody had the same problem, did switching back to the brand-medication helped you get the skin back to normal? Thanks a lot! Answered by Adrian Oderkirk 3 months ago.
Well I've been on it for about 6 month now, and I guess because I started out with Ortho, which is of course better than generic, it created a problem for me when I switched. I've tried everything to treat this acne (multivitamins, vit A, B5, C, Zinc supplements, skin,hair,nails supplements, Nature's cure*acne* pills, zeno, facials, chemical peels once a week, topical creams- benzoil peroxide, salicylic acid, retinoid creams ), seems like the reason is within. boohoo I don't want to end up on Accutane(((( Answered by Sharell Edison 3 months ago.
Last month I started Tri-lo-sprintec and i had to go get a refill, and the pharmacist gave me Ortho-tri-cyclen because they apparently don't make Tri-lo-sprintec. Answered by Kenya Degraffenreid 3 months ago.
My doctor prescribed the tri lo sprintec to me for acne to help prevent it but of course it reacts differently with different people. If you have been on it only a short time you might need to wait it out because it will take time for you body to adjust. The only time i still have a problem is 1 week before the white pills but by the time my period comes im better. I clean my face daily though which does seem to help. Answered by Laurene Leavitt 3 months ago.
I took OTC-lo for 2 years until eventually i develop into switched to the time-honored of OTC. And for some reason each of the topics I had with Lo went away. Like practically all of them. I take my pill often and that i'm getting my era like clockwork. i like it. yet for positive get off those large manufacturers reason they are so expensive. Answered by Kimberely Monclova 3 months ago.
How much different is Tri-Lo-Sprintec with Tri-Sprintec or Sprintec?
in addition..sorry this is long darn long!! :) Is Sprintec or Tri-Sprintec stronger? Which has more hormones going into your body I guess I am asking!
Asked by Alena Gazitano 3 months ago.
Alright so I talked to someone at the doctor's who perscribed me Sprintec. I asked her to give me the one that would be closest to Tri-Lo-Sprintec...and she didn't seem to know much. She kept telling me to do Sprintec..but had no reasons really and she said there's not much difference. Then the Pharmasist told me there could be a diff. in side effect and that the close one to Tri-Lo-Sprintec would have been Tri-Sprintec..in terms of acne or spotting. So now I am Sprintec for this month..but was wondering if anyone knew if this will give me more acne or less (cause I always get it bad the week before my period) or if it tend to lead to weight gain. I really appreciate anything you may know about it!!! Answered by Kalyn Reddy 3 months ago.
I am on Tri-Lo-Sprintec because it is the generic of Tri-Cyclin-Lo, and therfore much cheaper. I am not sure about the other two, but I know that there are some clinics (like the women's health, or teens health, or even Planned Parenthood) that charge you for birth control based off of your income! :) Answered by Letty Hasbell 3 months ago.
This Site Might Help You. RE: How much different is Tri-Lo-Sprintec with Tri-Sprintec or Sprintec? So I am currently on Tri-Lo-Sprintec. I do not have insurance and therefore am trying to decide if I should ask my doctor to switch to Tri-Sprintec or Sprintec, since I can get them for much cheaper. Anyone know if they have more side effects or something??? Thank you so much!! Answered by Felipa Temores 3 months ago.
Why was tri lo sprintec taken off the market?
i went to pick up my prescription yesterday and they said it was taken off the market so know im back on othro tri cyclene lo now being 40 dollars a month rather then 5 but why would it just be taken off the market...????? the money is the least of my worries
Asked by Ping Colegrove 3 months ago.
Ortho, which makes Tri-Cyclen Lo, sued Teva, the company that made the generic version, Tri Lo Sprintec. Ortho claimed that it had a patent on the drug. To settle the case, Teva agreed not to sell Tri Lo Sprintec until at least 2015. It's bad news for consumers, but a patent is a patent. Answered by Lu Gherardi 3 months ago.
Tri lo sprintec...birth control effectivness?
Im 18 years old. Just went on birth control (tri lo sprintec.) i started the first pill within 48 hours of getting my period this week. The packet the prescription came with said nothing about how long to wait before unprotective sex, I was just wondering when it will be safe for me to have unprotective sex if i...
Asked by Dion Placencia 3 months ago.
Im 18 years old. Just went on birth control (tri lo sprintec.) i started the first pill within 48 hours of getting my period this week. The packet the prescription came with said nothing about how long to wait before unprotective sex, I was just wondering when it will be safe for me to have unprotective sex if i take the pill at the same time everyday..? Answered by Kecia Patadia 3 months ago.
im on tri lo sprintec too. just started today, my doctor told me to wait about a month to be on the safe side. Answered by Max Devincenzi 3 months ago.
from everything i've ever read, and what i understand to be true, with any birth control you should wait three months before having unprotected sex Answered by Brian Rehfeld 3 months ago.