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  • Most women experience different side effects or none at all
  • While taking Ortho Tri-cyclen, I noticed a very marked improvement in acne
  • If you go to a gynecologist and get a prescription for Ortho Tri-cyclen, it will cost about $30 a month

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      The oral contraceptive known as “the Pill” has worked for me for over five years. The two types I have taken are Ortho Tri-cyclen and Trinessa, which is the generic brand for Ortho. Both are for a 28-day cycle and regulate your period. I have not gotten pregnant while

      using the Pill and have had minimal side effects. Most women experience different side effects or none at all.

      While taking Ortho Tri-cyclen, I noticed a very marked improvement in acne. This is the only side effect I experienced.

      While taking Trinessa, I noticed that my appetite for food ...


      • increased and my sex drive decreased. (If you don’t want to get pregnant, decreased sex drive may not be a bad thing, unless your significant other has a problem with it.)

        None of the insurance I have had through work covered oral contraceptives, though Medicaid does cover Trinessa. If you

        go to a gynecologist and get a prescription for Ortho Tri-cyclen, it will cost about $30 a month. If you go to a county health department, it will cost about $140 for the yearly exam and a year’s supply of Ortho Tri-cyclen, which they give you at the time of your visit.




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