Ortho Novum 777 Birth Control Pills Uses:Chemical Name: NORETHINDRONE (nor-eth-IN-drone) and ETHINYL ESTRADIOL (ETH-in-il ess-tra-DYE-ole)
Ortho Novum 777 Birth Control
Ortho Novum 777 is a combination hormone medicine which is used for the prevention of pregnancy. It consists of 2 hormones; estrogen and progestin. It functions by averting the discharge of an egg from the ovary (ovulation) during the menstrual cycle.
Other than the prevention of unwanted pregnancy, Ortho Novum birth control pills can:
- Make your periods more steady and regular
- Lessen painful periods
- Lessen blood loss in periods
- Lower the danger of ovarian cysts
- Treat acne
Ortho Novum 777 birth control does not cure or prevent sexually transmitted diseases (such as gonorrhea, HIV, and chlamydia).
You can purchase Ortho Novum birth control pills from Canada Pharmacy.
Each pill of Ortho Novum 777 consists of the active ingredients:
- Ethinyl estradiol
Inactive ingredients are:
- Lactose, unspecified form
- Magnesium stearate
- Starch, corn
Use Ortho Novum birth control pills exactly as your doctor has recommended it. Read the information leaflet in the package for further guidance. Do not exceed or decrease your dose without your doctor’s approval.
Take the capsule orally, once every day. Take your birth control pill at the same time daily (24 hours apart). It is recommended to take this medicine at bedtime or with your evening meal/dinner.
You must not skip doses as it may increase your chances of getting pregnant. If you have diarrhea or vomiting, you must use a backup contraceptive method (such as condoms) as diarrhea and vomiting do not let the birth control pill to do its job.
Before taking Ortho Novum 777 pills, check with your doctor first. Do not take this medicine if you have or are:
- High cholesterol
- High blood pressure
- Smoking cigarettes or cigars.
- Above the age of 35 years
- Recently gave birth to a baby
- Missed periods 2 times consecutively
- Circulation issues
- Liver problems
- If you consume medicines for hepatitis C
Some people may experience side effects and some may not. However, the adverse reactions of Ortho Novum birth control pills are:
- Numbness or faintness
- Impaired speech
- Blurred vision
- No balance
- Blood clots
- Difficulty in breathing
- Chest pains
- Pain in legs
- Throwing up blood
- Stomach pain
- Loss of hunger
- Swollen hands and feet
- Sleep issues
- Tender breasts
- Pounding in ears and necks
- Pain in shoulders and jaw
Product Code: 1701
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