Trivora 28 pain and headaches, should i wait it out or stop taking them?
Soo Ive been on birth control pills for a looong time, but i just switched to Trivora 28 to control breakthrough bleeding. However, since I've been taking it, I get an almost immediate headache and pain in my legs. The pain in my legs I've always had but it seems worse with this pill. Should I call the...
Asked by Sybil Essick 3 months ago.
Soo Ive been on birth control pills for a looong time, but i just switched to Trivora 28 to control breakthrough bleeding. However, since I've been taking it, I get an almost immediate headache and pain in my legs. The pain in my legs I've always had but it seems worse with this pill. Should I call the docotr or wait it out, or just stop taking it or what? Ive never had a pill affect me physcially like this. Answered by Dorsey Terhar 3 months ago.
Trivora-28 (ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel) side effects Get emergency medical help if you have any of these signs of an allergic reaction: hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. Stop using this medication and call your doctor at once if you have any of these serious side effects: * sudden numbness or weakness, especially on one side of the body; * sudden headache, confusion, pain behind the eyes, problems with vision, speech, or balance; * chest pain or heavy feeling, pain spreading to the arm or shoulder, nausea, sweating, general ill feeling; * a change in the pattern or severity of migraine headaches; * nausea, stomach pain, loss of appetite, dark urine, jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes); * swelling in your hands, ankles, or feet; or * symptoms of depression (sleep problems, weakness, mood changes). Answered by Keiko Stealy 3 months ago.
On Trivora 28 for a month and some days. UNprotected sex.?
I have been on Trivora 28 and had unprotected sex with my boyfriend/love of my life, and he came in me tiwce. /I finished my period 3 days earlier. What are the chances of me being pregnant? Shouldnt the pill be in full affect by now? Thank you and God Bless!! :)
Asked by Kerry Drouillard 3 months ago.
The chances of your being pregnant should be very, very low. Yes, your pill should be effective at this point--assuming you're taking it every day, and at around the same time. Furthermore, if your pill is not yet effective and you're still ovulating, you'd still need a very short or unusual cycle for the timing of this sex to hit your ovulation. If you're very concerned about not being pregnant, you might want to consider a second birth control method, such as condoms, spermicides, or withdrawal. Good luck! . Answered by Dottie Cavalaris 3 months ago.
Htr: a lot of the answers are good MsJamers is touching on it. "SPERMICIDE" yes I yelled it.loud V-C-F, films is so easy and cheap you can plan hours ahead or pop one in last moment. add it to a condom. .I all--ways put in one to sleep on after all is done.--it still kills sperm from the inside--.I have an "on the go life" Sex is usually not a planed activity so I carry 3 with me every day. I am the one who dertermines WHO WHEN WHERE. so I know when to insert the COVER sheet. A lot of times I have done it sitting in a cafe over Coffee. under the table one handed [hope fully no one looking] I Have done it in Class, because I KNEW I was going to RAPE the para-teach as soon as the bell rang. Lucky ME it was good timing. Answered by Matha Urguhart 3 months ago.
You don't say when you started the pill, so I can't comment on if it's effective yet. But, if you've been taking it correctly for a month or more you should be protected. No birth control is 100% safe. Answered by Althea Piening 3 months ago.
If you've taken your pills everyday at the same time; you're protected. Answered by Versie Muff 3 months ago.
I have been on trivora 28 for exactly two weeks, when is it safe enough to have sex w a condom?
I started trivora the sunday after my period bc i started my period on a sunday. The leaflet says that i can have sex in a week but my doctor recommends i wait two..well then the Pharmacist told me since its my first time on birth control i should wait a full cylce. Well i have been having pretty much every symptom...
Asked by Nickie Verduzco 3 months ago.
I started trivora the sunday after my period bc i started my period on a sunday. The leaflet says that i can have sex in a week but my doctor recommends i wait two..well then the Pharmacist told me since its my first time on birth control i should wait a full cylce. Well i have been having pretty much every symptom from this drug except for vomiting. I also read that if u start birth control more than five days after u start ur period then it takes longer for the drug to take affect..please correct me if im wrong on any of this. Who should i listen to? Doctor...pharmacist or the leaflet? Thank you and God Bless Answered by Billy Emshoff 3 months ago.
Well, honestly, isn't it worth waiting another two weeks? What's the rush? Just use a condom for the rest of this package and THEN you can start having sex w/o a condom when you start your second pack of pills. Better safe than sorry! If you're not sure what advice you got is right (and they might ALL be right for SOME people, everyone is different), I'd just be safe and tell my bf to continue to wear a condom until the next pack. I know you're anxious to have sex w/o a condom, but two weeks is not worth the risk of becoming pregnant, is it? You'll be MUCH MORE RELAXED if you wait. Otherwise, you'll be nervous and stressed for the next two weeks. It's not worth the risk, just WAIT! Good luck and have LOTS OF FUN in two weeks...lol. Answered by Nenita Peatross 3 months ago.
Started Birth Control on first day of period, period hasn't stopped in over a week?
I started Trivora-28 on the first day of my period; a week and a day ago. My period still hasn't stopped, when it normally lasts only three or four days. Is this normal? When will it stop?
Asked by Gonzalo Gerwig 3 months ago.
Yes, that can happen. Your body is not yet used to BC pills. The second set of pills in the pack (the white ones) have a higher dose than the first, which should help to stop your bleeding. So your period should stop soon. The third set (the pink ones) have an even higher dose. But here's the thing. It can take up to 3 months (cycles) for your body to settle down on BC pills. So be patient for a while, and things should settle down to a regular cycle in time. Answered by Numbers Joerg 3 months ago.
Is the morning after pill necessary if I missed a day of birth control?
I take Trivora 28 every day and on Monday I missed my pill. On Tuesday I doubled up and took Monday and Tuesday's pills, and later that evening after intercourse, my partner stated he felt that maybe the condom had leaked. We are both a little worried and I am likely going to purchase the morning after pill....
Asked by Dalene Eschete 3 months ago.
I take Trivora 28 every day and on Monday I missed my pill. On Tuesday I doubled up and took Monday and Tuesday's pills, and later that evening after intercourse, my partner stated he felt that maybe the condom had leaked. We are both a little worried and I am likely going to purchase the morning after pill. However, I wanted to know if it is totally necessary since I am on the pill, despite missing one day? Answered by Chuck Mcentyre 3 months ago.
No, its not necessary. Answered by Maryln Dornbos 3 months ago.
LADIES ONLY!!! PLEASE READ!!! Why have I been so sleepy lately?!?!?! FYI, I'M currently on................?
I said second week of pills. (w/hormones). The 4th week of pills is when u have ur cycle.
Asked by Cindie Skirvin 3 months ago.
If you have just finished heavy period, your iron levels may have dropped and you may be anaemic. Some women get tired before, during or just after their period. If you worried, see your doctor, he may prescribe a lower dose pill or change brands, or prescribe iron pills. Its very unlikely that you are pregnant, if you have been on the pill for 5 months (with no missed pills!) and having regular periods. Answered by Dorothy Diffenderfer 3 months ago.
Around your period? Well, then that is very normal! I always get tired and sleepy. Answered by Abraham Reffitt 3 months ago.
Is my birth control making me hungry?
I don't remember this hunger occuring until about the last two weeks, after my first period while on the pills.
Asked by Jamel Colpi 3 months ago.
Well any hormone such as estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone are steroids and steroids can cause you to gain weight. You may want to call your doctor to see if he or she can switch your pill so it will not effect you this way because each pill effects a person differently. Answered by Roxane Lyford 3 months ago.
Yes! When I started the pills I was hungry all the time! It eventually fades away after a week. Its horrible at first because you eat and you eat and you still feel hungry, but that went away after a week for me! Good luck! Answered by Randell Elston 3 months ago.
I get like that a week before, and I'm on BC. I'll eat and eat and less than 30 minutes later I'll be starving to death. And once I get my period, I barely eat anything. I think everyone's body is different. How long has it lasted for? Answered by Maisha Zampella 3 months ago.
I had an extremely skinny pal who after taking beginning administration pills became kinda fat. I heard that beginning administration pills tend to try this. i'm rather skinny yet i replaced into questioning approximately taking beginning administration in basic terms so i ought to earnings weight. Answered by Flavia Gremminger 3 months ago.
its not actually the birth control it is the hormones in the birth control you should consider a lower hormone birth control pill ask your doc about this on your next visit Answered by Enid Lepping 3 months ago.
Birth Control, help!?
I have been prescribed Trivora 28 and after reading reviews I am pretty nervous!I am 16 I suffer from horrible pms, but the doctor gave this to me to clear up my skin. The two main things I am worried about are weight gain. I am 5'2 and 127 pounds, also I do not want to become more emotional and...
Asked by Christoper Schwien 3 months ago.
I have been prescribed Trivora 28 and after reading reviews I am pretty nervous! I am 16 I suffer from horrible pms, but the doctor gave this to me to clear up my skin. The two main things I am worried about are weight gain. I am 5'2 and 127 pounds, also I do not want to become more emotional and depressed Has anyone taken this or any other birth control I want to know if you have had side effects! Answered by Joie Harkley 3 months ago.
There are always possible side effects with birth control. One myth though is that birth control makes you gain weight. That isn't actually what happens. The hormones in the birth control can effect your hunger, making you want to eat more. Just make sure that you watch what you eat and you should maintain your current weight without a problem. As for other side effects; Not every women gets the same side effects and almost all birth control has different ones. Just pay attention to your moods, attitude and weight. If you notice changes that you are not comfortable with then you should go back and talk to your doctor and he will be able to find a birth control that will work for you. Just keep a positive attitude and good luck! Answered by Curt Muraco 3 months ago.
All birth control have side effects and you can't base what birth control did to one person on what it could possibly do to u...we all have different bodies and respond to things differently...for example my sister and I took the birth control shot depo I was worried I would gain weight but she wasn't she ended up gaining so much weight she had to get off the shot I didn't gain a pound and was able to stay on the shot for years. So the best way to find out is to go ahead and take it if it does affect u negatively stop taking it and speak to your dr....good luck Answered by Lena Muskelly 3 months ago.
Birth control pill ?, I lost the pill and its nowhere to be found.what should i do.?
should i take the pill(being thrusdays pill) in the afternoon and then take fridays pill at the normal time? or will this **** me up
Asked by Zulema Garritson 3 months ago.
take two tomorrow. when you forget or lose a pill, you double the next day. Answered by Anabel Mischke 3 months ago.
Take the next pill in the pack tonight...or you could be thinking baby thoughts! kjl Answered by Lorenza Haught 3 months ago.
u would have todouble up but if u waot longer than a week u have to wait for the next month Answered by Azzie Zigler 3 months ago.
Tired feeling in lower arm?
yeah it comes and goes kind of like every other day
Asked by Chantelle Krusen 3 months ago.
im on trivora-28 i started a month ago, but recently about 2 weeks ago i started getting a tired feeling in my lower arms and sometimes legs. its like ive lifted something heavy for a long period of time, but i haven't. i read that some serious side effects of birthcontrol are serious numbness in arms and legs, but im not really feeling anything seriously numb, so i didn't think it was that bad of an issue, maybe its a side effect that will go away after ive been on the pill a little longer. but i don't know what to do. Answered by Donnell Modic 3 months ago.
That's also how low blood sugar feels; I don't know if that could be it, or if what your feeling is constant or not? Answered by Beata Arispe 3 months ago.