Mononessa Orthocyclen

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Wanted to kno exactly what kinda birth control pill. I have it's package at 28 pills and missed a couple pills. do I continue the last 7 inactive pills?

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Verwon Says:

Those are both brand names for the same oral contraceptives, the Mononessa is just a less expensive 'generic', so to speak. Ortho Tri Cyclen was the original name brand.

How many tablets did you miss and in which week? If you missed 2 or more in the 3rd week, or 3 doses any other week, you should start a new pack and use some additional method of contraception for the first 7 days, making sure not to miss any tablets.

If you have a smart phone, then I recommend using on of the many free prescription reminder apps that are available to make sure you don't miss any more tablets in the future.

The FDA lists the possible side effects of oral contraceptives as including nausea, dizziness, headache, breakthrough bleeding, irritability and PMS-like symptoms.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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