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Ortho 777 Birth Control 21 day Product Description

Ortho 777 Birth Control is a specific formulation of birth control pills that come in a twenty-one day package. These birth control pills are used for the prevention of pregnancy. Ortho 777 Birth Control works by using female hormones (norethindrone and ethinyl estradiol) to change the mucus of the cervix in order to make it more difficult for sperm to contact the egg and for an egg to attach to the wall of the uterus. Store Ortho 777 Birth Control pills in their original packaging. Ensure that you store pills in a safe place that cannot be reached by children and that the packaging is in an area that is protected from heat, light and moisture. Ortho 777 Birth Control pills are a form of prescription medicine, and should be taken in the exact fashion outlined in your prescription to effectively work as a contraceptive. If your prescription is unclear, contact your healthcare provider for clarification. Ortho 777 Birth Control comes in a twenty-one day pack. Your doctor will advise you to either start taking pills on the first day of your period or the first Sunday after your period starts. You will continue to take one pill each day for three weeks and then have a pill-free week. Ortho 777 Birth Control pills are generally recommended to be taken at the same time each day in order to help you remember. If you miss one pill, you will increase your risk of becoming pregnant, and it is important to follow the directions on your prescription. You can also contact your healthcare provider for more information about missing a pill. If you are allergic to any of the ingredients in Ortho 777 Birth Control, do not use this form of birth control. If you have: liver disease, breast cancer, a tumor dependant of estrogen, any type of liver tumor, had a heart attack, stroke, blood clotting problems or vision problems due to eye disease, taking Ortho 777 Birth Control is not recommended. Women who are pregnant or suspect that they may be pregnant should not take Ortho 777 Birth Control in any circumstance. Women who are currently breastfeeding should not use Ortho 777 Birth Control as it passes into breast milk and may have negative effects on a young child. Before taking Ortho 777 Birth Control, it's important to tell your doctor if any of the following apply to you: you have or are developing breast cancer; you have depression; you have diabetes; you have a history of eye problems; you are taking any other medications (especially fibroids); or if you have heart disease in order to determine whether it is safe for you to take Ortho 777 Birth Control. Although Ortho 777 Birth Control is an effective form of contraception, it does not provide protection for sexually transmitted diseases, such as HIV/AIDS. For protection against these, use latex condoms. Severe Side Effects: abdominal or stomach pain; coughing blood; severe headache; loss of coordination; loss of vision or change in vision; chest, groin, or leg pains; shortness of breath; slurring of speech; numbness in limbs; changes in menstrual bleedinCommon Side Effects: abdominal cramping; vomiting; acne; unusual tiredness or weakness; swelling of feet and ankles; dizziness; nausea; breast pain, tenderness or swelling; or abdominal bloating.

How should Ortho 777 Birth Control 21 day be stored?

Store Ortho 777 Birth Control pills in their original packaging. Ensure that you store pills in a safe place that cannot be reached by children and that the packaging is in an area that is protected from heat, light and moisture.

How should I take Ortho 777 Birth Control 21 day?

Ortho 777 Birth Control pills are a form of prescription medicine, and should be taken in the exact fashion outlined in your prescription to effectively work as a contraceptive. If your prescription is unclear, contact your healthcare provider for clarification. Ortho 777 Birth Control comes in a twenty-one day pack. Your doctor will advise you to either start taking pills on the first day of your period or the first Sunday after your period starts. You will continue to take one pill each day for three weeks and then have a pill-free week. Ortho 777 Birth Control pills are generally recommended to be taken at the same time each day in order to help you remember. If you miss one pill, you will increase your risk of becoming pregnant, and it is important to follow the directions on your prescription. You can also contact your healthcare provider for more information about missing a pill.

When should Ortho 777 Birth Control 21 day not be taken?

If you are allergic to any of the ingredients in Ortho 777 Birth Control, do not use this form of birth control. If you have: liver disease, breast cancer, a tumor dependant of estrogen, any type of liver tumor, had a heart attack, stroke, blood clotting problems or vision problems due to eye disease, taking Ortho 777 Birth Control is not recommended. Women who are pregnant or suspect that they may be pregnant should not take Ortho 777 Birth Control in any circumstance. Women who are currently breastfeeding should not use Ortho 777 Birth Control as it passes into breast milk and may have negative effects on a young child.

What precautions should I follow when taking Ortho 777 Birth Control 21 day?

Before taking Ortho 777 Birth Control, it's important to tell your doctor if any of the following apply to you: you have or are developing breast cancer; you have depression; you have diabetes; you have a history of eye problems; you are taking any other medications (especially fibroids); or if you have heart disease in order to determine whether it is safe for you to take Ortho 777 Birth Control.

What special warning(s) should I be aware of when taking Ortho 777 Birth Control 21 day?

Although Ortho 777 Birth Control is an effective form of contraception, it does not provide protection for sexually transmitted diseases, such as HIV/AIDS. For protection against these, use latex condoms.

What are the side effects of Ortho 777 Birth Control 21 day?

Severe Side Effects: abdominal or stomach pain; coughing blood; severe headache; loss of coordination; loss of vision or change in vision; chest, groin, or leg pains; shortness of breath; slurring of speech; numbness in limbs; changes in menstrual bleedin

Common Side Effects: abdominal cramping; vomiting; acne; unusual tiredness or weakness; swelling of feet and ankles; dizziness; nausea; breast pain, tenderness or swelling; or abdominal bloating.

 
 
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