Birth Control pills are not used to increase the size of your breasts. But sometimes your breasts can enlarge while on the pill but this is rarely the case.
Ortho Tri-cyclen Lo is a triphasic birth control pill.
Tri-cyclen Lo and Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo are the same pill.
No, there is no hCG in any birth control pill.
Ortho Tri Cyclen Lo has less estogen than Ortho Cyclen, and it has a progestin dose that changes each week, while Ortho Cyclen's stays the same each week.
Ortho Cyclen and Ortho Tri-Cyclen have the same amount and type of estrogen, and the same type of progestin. Ortho Cyclen's active pills have the same amount of the progestin in every pill. In Tri-Cyclen, the progestin level varies from week to week. Both have a seven-day placebo period.
Hi, Below is information for you relating to ortho cyclen. Ortho Cyclen ethinyl estradiol and norgestimate (ETH in ill ess tra DYE ole and nor jess TI mate) Ortho Cyclen, Ortho Tri-Cyclen, Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo What is the most important information I should know about Ortho Cyclen?
If you are female...Try contacting your Doctor about Birth Control Tri-Cyclen is used for break outs and helps control them (especially around your period) Works for me!
Trinessa is a generic version of Ortho Tri-Cyclen. They have the same ingredients.
Ortho Tri-Cyclen is a 35 mcg tricyclic pill that's available in generic form.
i take orto tri cyclen and I've skipped a day or two with the green pill but i still get my period
It is an oral contraceptive
Usually you start with Alesse But there is multiple brands : Diane, Marvelon, Tri-cyclen, Yaz, Jasmin.....
The white pills come first when taking Ortho Tri Cyclen Lo.
You may start taking it whenever you have started on you menstrual cycle, when you are sexually active, or for example of you are thinking of taking the pill accutane you must be on orth cyclen for a month before you take accutane because ortho cyclen will cause birth deffects.
Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo is a low dose combination hormone. It contains estrogen (ethinyl estradiol and progestin (norgestimate).
I'm not sure but everytime i start a new pack of this birth control this rash that is ONLY on my forehead would pop up. The rash is in the SAME exact spot. This only happens when I'm starting the first few pills on the row of the first week
In February 2012, when you wrote the question, a generic manufacturer or Ortho Tri-Cyclen recalled seven lots. See related link for information on lot numbers recalled.
Yes, there are women who have gotten pregnant within the first week of discontinuing that pill. That goes for any birth control.
My doctor prescribed a 28-day dose of or tho tri-cyclen Lo (most natural progression of hormones) to get me on track, so yes.
Because birth control pills decrease acne by changing the hormonal environment, you should give it three months before you decide it it's helping or not.
yes it does. i went on it and it just cleared me up 100%. if u have tried everything than just go on birth control it will really help you out. go see your gyno and he will prescribe it for you. the best birth control i think is ortho tri cyclen regular not lo. that one does miracles for the skin!
Of course, you idiot
Tricyclen Lo has about 30% less estrogen than Tricyclen. It is also significantly more expensive.
That's right, the order of pills in Ortho Tri-Cyclen is white, then light blue, then regular blue, then the green ones in the middle (if you have a 28-pill pack)