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Aurovela Fe 1.5/30 is a combined oral contraceptive pill (OCP, birth control medication, birth control pills) that prevents pregnancy by preventing the release of an egg (ovulation), and thickening the cervical mucus, blocking sperm from getting into the uterus and getting to the egg. Read More
Simply take one pill every day, at the same time each day.
Most women find that taking Aurovela Fe 1.5/30 before bedtime or with your largest meal of the day helps reduce nausea and other side effects. With Aurovela Fe 1.5/30, after taking 21 days of active pills, you’ll switch to seven inactive pills.
These are inactive pills with no hormones that are there to get you in the habit of taking your pill every day. With Aurovela Fe 1.5/30 the 7 pills have ferrous fumarate to prevent anemia from the blood loss with monthly bleeds.
Aurovela Fe 1.5/30 has two main active ingredients: norethindrone and ethinyl estradiol. Each white tablet (21 tablets per pack) has 1.5 mg norethindrone + 30 mcgs of ethinyl estradiol (EE). The white tablets are followed by 7 tablets of 75 mg ferrous sulfate.
The risks are very low, but some women have experienced unwanted side effects when taking Aurovela Fe 1.5/30.
Minor ones include breast tenderness, headaches, nausea, and slightly elevated blood pressure or blood sugar levels. Positive side effects are also a possibility, too — reduced acne, lighter bleeds, and fewer mood swings are fairly common.
The chances of serious side effects are extremely unlikely, but some cases have been documented, such as blood clots in the head (a severe new headache, causing double vision, or stroke), blood clots in the chest causing severe shortness of breath, blood clots in the abdomen (causing abdominal pain), blood clots in the leg causing leg swelling and pain.
These may sound scary, but remember — they’re very rare.
Aurovela Fe 1.5/30 is a combined oral pill that combines progesterone and estrogen to help prevent pregnancy. It is used as well to help with period cramps, and improve acne, between others.
Aurovela Fe 1.5/30 is as effective as any other birth control pill. Birth control pills are 99.7% effective if PERFECTLY used (in a research study) and 93% effective in “regular use” (when real people use it and mess up every now and then).
Aurovela Fe 1.5/30 should be available at just about any pharmacy in your area. It does require a prescription from a doctor, though. If you’re hesitant to approach your doctor about Aurovela Fe 1.5/30 or simply prefer the privacy, convenience, and ease of the internet, give Pandia Health a try. We have licensed, birth control passionate doctors in every state we operate in. We also accept most forms of private insurance at Pandia Health.
As with any new prescription, you should go over anything you’re already taking with your doctor or Pandia Health Care Advisor before starting on Aurovela Fe 1.5/30. This includes recreational drugs, over-the-counter meds, and even herbal supplements. Even something that seems relatively harmless such as St. John’s wort can cause Aurovela Fe 1.5/30 to be less effective at preventing pregnancy. There are certain meds you should absolutely bring up. These are aromatase inhibitors, cancer, HIV, seizure, and chronic hepatitis C medications.
If you choose to pay out-of-pocket, Aurovela Fe 1.5/30 is pretty affordable since it is a generic brand, being. You can save money as well by choosing any other Aurovela Fe 1.5/30 generics, such as Gildess FE 1.5/30, Larin FE 1.5/30, Junel FE 1.5/30, Tarina FE 1.5/30, Hailey FE 1.5/30 for as low as $16/pack when ordering 3 packs at a time. Generics have the SAME active ingredients and dosage as the name brand. Watch our video explaining generics vs. brand birth control pills.
No, Aurovela Fe 1.5/30 birth control does not stop your periods. There are 28 tablets on each packet and you will have a bleed on the last 7 days of each pack (aka placebo week). If you want to skip your period you can use Aurovela Fe 1.5/30 for it. Learn more about #PeriodsOptional and how to skip your period here.