Brand Names: Alesse, Aviane, Enpresse, Lessina, Levlen, Levlite, Levora, Lutera, Lybrel, Nordette, Portia, Sronyx, Tri-Levlen, Triphasil-21, Triphasil-28, Trivora
Generic Name: ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel (ETH in ill ess tra DYE ol and LEE vo nor JESS trel)
Average Consumer Rating: 3 out of 5
Levlite (Levonorgestrel) works by changing the cervical mucus and uterine lining, making it more difficult for sperm to reach the uterus and fertilize an egg. Levlite (Levonorgestrel) contains a combination of different female hormones that work to prevent the ovary from releasing an egg. For further information about this medication, go to online Canada drugs store, it is a great resource.
If you are pregnant or recently had a baby, you should not use Levlite (Levonorgestrel). Women with a history of stroke, blood clots, cancer, circulation problems, blood pressure problems, migraines, jaundice, heart attack, and women that are 35 older and smoke more than 15 cigarettes a day should not take Levlite. There are conditions which might be okay for you to take Levlite (Levonorgestrel) but you should discuss them with your physician. Levlite (Levonorgestrel) might be okay if you have migraines, heart valve disorder, abnormal vaginal bleeding, high cholesterol, depression, and more. If you are breastfeeding, do not use Levlite (Levonorgestrel).
Levlite (Levonorgestrel) is to be taken on the first day of your period or as prescribed by your doctor. Never take more than the prescribed dosage of Levlite (Levonorgestrel). This is a birth control pill but it will not protect you against contracting a sexually transmitted disease or HIV. Always use a backup method like spermicide or condoms. When your pills run out, be sure to get another pack and start it right away. Do not miss pills or you may be subject to pregnancy.
There are less serious side effects you may experience if you are taking Levlite (Levonorgestrel). The normal side effects of Levlite (Levonorgestrel) include mild nausea, breast pain, hair growth, changes in weight, vaginal itching, problems using contact lenses, and dizziness. Serious side effects of Levlite (Levonorgestrel) you should discuss with your physician include pain behind your eyes, speech problems, dark urine, jaundice, swelling in your hands or ankles, depression, numbness, difficulty breathing, and more. Always go straight to the emergency room and cease taking the Levlite (Levonorgestrel) if you experience these severe side effects.
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levlite was amazing they are back ordered at my store so so sad :[ lost weight i had gained from my other pill instantly, some mood swings, never had depression
Pros:No pregnancy scares, spotting was very rare.Cons:I gained 30 pounds in the 6 months I was taking it. It was very sudden so I know it was the pill.