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... Only CERTAIN birth control pills can be used as the morning after pill. Ortho Tricyclen is NOT one of them. ... (3 replies)
... is it true that if you take 4 ortho pills it will work at a morning after pill? ... (3 replies)
... Thurs morning ..and nothing...maybe some slight cramping and thats it. Could i possibly skip this months period due to adjusting to a new pill so suddenly .. ... (2 replies)

... Are the green pills the placebos? If so, they're just sugar pills. Reminders. So you don't actually need to take them, as they don't actually do anything. But, if you missed the first hormone pill of your pack, you need to use back up for seven days. You really might want to think about getting the morning after pill since you were late starting your new pack of pills, and... (1 replies)
... Every month I get my period on the Thursday morning after stopping my active pills. This past month I recently switched to Lo Ovral pills. I used to be on OrthoTriCyclen LO. ... (9 replies)
... Well, the day after I'd had sex for the first time, I ran up to the Health Dept. and asked about birth control pills. ... (8 replies)
... Cyclen Lo for about a year or so. ... (3 replies)
... i am taking ortho tricyclen lo. ... (2 replies)
... I take ortho-tri cyclen lo. When I first started taking the pill in December I was really good at taking it, I would take it at 8am every single day. For the past 2-3 weeks, i've been really stressed with my school workload and studying for my exams that i'll forget in the morning. Some days i'll take it at 9 or 10 and other days it won't be until 12 or 1. I've been very... (1 replies)
... and I feel pretty terrible about it. If I am this sick tomorrow morning I will definitely not be going in either and that could become a serious problem. ... (0 replies)
... I first started out on ortho tri cyclen lo and had no problems. A few months ago I was put on reclipsen due to insurance issues. ... (0 replies)
... The morning after I took my first pill was a very hot morning, and I was on the subway going to work, and I was standing, and I got so dizzy that I actually almost fainted. ... (4 replies)
... The Planned Parenthood website had a chart that lists the most common birth control pills and the doses you have to take to make them work like emergency contraceptives. Just taking 4 is definitely NOT right (it's always done in 2 doses). Check the chart and be sure. (3 replies)
... you have to take four, and then four more twelve hours later. and that brand will most likely make you super nauseas. (3 replies)
... cervix started to hurt so we stopped. I got up to use the bathroom and after a few seconds of standing, I started getting dizzy and almost blacked out. I had to sit by the toilet because I thought I was going to throw up. ... (2 replies)
... I first was placed on Lo Loestrin Fe and hated it also. I had spotting almost ALL the time and it was so annoying. ... (3 replies)
... nd get rid of the cyst. About a month later, the cyst took care of itself and burst but my doctor still wants me on it to prevent getting anymore cysts. I was on ortho tri cyclen lo for about a year with no problems but soon I was getting two periods a month. Sometimes one period lasting for two weeks or more. ... (4 replies)
... her about your chest tightness, but if you feel better this morning I would say to keep taking the Yasmin for one week and see how you feel after that? ... (5 replies)
Is it just me?
May 15, 2006
... So I just started taking birth control. It's my first time being on the pill. I was prescribed ortho tri cyclen lo. I took my first pill Saturday at 9pm and took one yesterday and am thinking about taking it today but I am not sure if I want to. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Sammy726 and girls, After this post i decided to do my own research about this and it looks like a recent study was done and published in Obstetrics and Gynecology and it states that women age 18 to 39 who weigh 155 pounds or more are 60 percent more likely to have their birth-control pills fail, especially if they are on a low-estrogen variety. They explain that women who... (20 replies)


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