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Very bad side effect with Trivora. Anyone else?

In 2010 I suffered a heart attack due to a blood clot from my oral contraceptive Trivora. I'm wanting to see if anyone had similar problem. ## Hello, Angel! How are you doing? Very sorry about the heart attack, that's awful. I don't know about this particular contraceptive, but I can tell that it is a risk associated with all hormonal contraceptives and no, you are not the only one that suffered such a horrible side effect. The possibility is warned about in the medication information and the risk is greater for women over 35 and for smokers. It is one of the reasons many doctors will not prescribe them for women over 35, except for in very rare emergency cases….and women that smoke more than 10 cigarettes a day that are over 35 really should completely avoid them and ...

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Round White Pill With Watson On One Side

NEED TO IDENTIFY SMALL ROUND WHITE PILL WITH WATSON ON ONE SIDE AND 75/40 ON THE OTHER SIDE. ## This is an oral contraceptive called Trivora, which contains Ethinyl Estradiol and Levonorgestrel. Each packet contains 28 pills with this marking, in peach, pink, white and blue. Learn more: Are there any other comments or questions?

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Watson 25/30 pink tablet

Small pink tablet with the name Watson on one side and 25/30 on the other. ## This is an active birth control tablet from a packet called Trivora 28.

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