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Finding a Qlaria alternative

Hi, I've been taking Qlaira for 2 years. Unfortunately they stop producing Qlaria all over the world. What pills have the same effect? I'm using it to control my menstrual flow, I'm a heavy bleeder. Thanks. ## I'm not sure where you live, but Bayer makes a brand called Natazia which appears to contain a similar ingredient profile. Both Qlaria [1] and Natazia [2] appear to contain a combination of Estradiol Valerate and Dienogest as part of the cycle. Ultimately, you should be able to work with your doctor to get prescribed an alternative brand based on what's available in your location. I hope this helps and please write back with how it goes? [1] [2] ## Roy, thanks for the information. Currently I'm in romania, obgyne prescribed Microgynon, but still doesn...

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Natazia Contraceptive

I am taking Natazia birth control, which has: 2 dark yellow tablets each containing 3 mg estradiol valerate, 5 medium red tablets each containing 2 mg estradiol valerate and 2 mg dienogest, 17 light yellow tablets each containing 2 mg estradiol valerate and 3 mg dienogest, 2 dark red tablets each containing 1 mg estradiol valerate, 2 white tablets. My question is, can I get pregnant if I have intercourse while on the medium red tablets? ## No, as long as you take them every day, as you should, then you are protected against pregnancy for the entire month, regardless of which tablets you are taking.

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Goldish/yellow Oval Pill With Dd On one side of it

I need to know what kid of pill that is yellow/goldish oval with Dd one side of it.Was told it's a perocet. ## The closest match I could find is a round yellow pill with the marking "DD"; which is noted to be 3mg of Natazia (estradiol valerate). Natazia however, is used in the treatment of birth control. It's quite possible that this pill you are mentioning is manufactured outside of the U.S. and therefore search engines like google don't have sufficient information on the pill. One other probable reason for it not showing up is that this pill may have been discontinued for some time and therefore is no longer listed. The only other thing I can suggest is that you would pay to have it lab tested, somewhere. Have you checked with pharmacies in your area?

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