Marlissa

Active Ingredient(s): Ethinyl Estradiol + Levonorgestrel
FDA Approved: * February 29, 2012
Pharm Company: * GLENMARK GENERICS
Category: Birth Control / Contraceptive

* This drug may consist of multiple approval dates, manufacturers, or distributors. If applicable, they would be listed below under "NDC Database Records".



Marlissa Overview

Extended or continuous cycle combined oral contraceptive pills are a packaging of combined oral contraceptive pills (COCPs) that reduce or eliminate the withdrawal bleeding that would occur once every 28 days in traditionally packaged COCPs. Extended cycle use of COCPs may also be called menstrual suppression.[1] Other combined hormonal contraceptives (those containing both an estrogen and a progestin) may also be used in an extended or continuous cycle. For example, the Nuva...

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I have been super busy lately and my boyfriend and I on Monday Jan 11,2016 had unprotected intercourse. I missed the time i was supposed to take my pills two days in a row. I just started a new pack for my 5-6 month. I took the first pill i missed three hours after my scheduled time and the second pill six hours from my scheduled time.... Do i take a plan b pill or do i let my birth control do it's job? And if i do have to take plan b will that effect my birth control?. ## Hello, Yella! How are you? You've generally got a window of about 12 hours, before it's considered a late pill and about 24 hours, before it would even be considered missing a pill, so unless your doctor feels otherwise, there's likely nothing to be concerned about. The FDA lists the typical side effec...

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I am taking Marlissa 28 day birth control pill 3 weeks have active pills and the 4th week the pills are inactive Does it matter if i don,t take the inactive pills . ## Hi Humblebee, if I were u, I would still take all of my pills as prescribed. If they weren't meant 2 b taken, they wouldn't put them In there. Just follow Drs directions. ## The inactive pills are only in there to try to keep women in the habit of taking one each day, so they don't forget any while they are on the active pills and increase their pregnancy risk. So no, they don't have to be taken, you can simply discard them. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Ethinyl Estradiol + Levonorgestrel
  • Tablet: 0.01mg, 0.01mg + 0.02mg + 0.1mg, 0.02mg + 0.09mg, 0.02mg + 0.1mg, 0.02mg,0.01mg + 0.01mg,n/a, 0.02mg,0.01mg + 0.1mg,n/a, 0.02mg,0.15mg + 0.025mg,0.15mg + 0.03mg,0.15mg + 0.01mg,n/a, 0.02mg,0.1mg + 0.01mg,n/a, 0.03mg + 0.04mg + 0.05mg + 0.075mg + 0.125mg, 0.03mg + 0.15mg, 0.03mg,0.01mg + 0.15mg,n/a, 0.03mg,0.04mg,0.03mg + 0.05mg,0.075mg,0.125mg, 0.05mg + 0.25mg, 0.15mg + 0.025mg, 0.15mg + 0.02mg, 0.15mg + 0.03mg, 0.25mg + 0.05mg, Combo
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Marlissa: (3 results)

Sorted by National Drug Code
  • 50090-1392 Marlissa Kit by A-s Medication Solutions
  • 68462-388 Marlissa 28 Day Pack by Glenmark Generics Inc., USA
  • 68788-6339 Marlissa Kit by Preferreed Pharmaceuticals Inc.

Drugs with one or more similar ingredients: (208 results)

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