Tulana Birth Control Pills

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Equivalent Generic Brands: Sharobel, Heather, Camila, Nora Be, Norlyda

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What is Tulana Birth Control Pills?

Tulana is a Progesterone Only Pill (POP) (oral contraceptive pill, OCP, birth control medication, birth control pills). It prevents pregnancy by thickening the cervical mucus which blocks the sperm from getting into the uterus and getting to the egg and by thinning the uterine lining (endometrium) such that if the egg/sperm hook up, there’s nowhere to stick and grow. Read More

How to Use Tulana

Tulana birth control it’s super easy to use.

Simply take one pill every day, at the same time each day. You take a pill every day. There are no sugar/placebo pills with Errin or other POPs (Progesterone Only Pills). It is important to know that this medication requires that you take them at the SAME TIME every day.

If you are late by 3 hours, you will need Emergency Contraception (if you had heterosexual intercourse[sex] in the past 5 days) and to abstain from sex for the next 48 hrs.

Tulana Dosage

Tulana birth control pills have one main active ingredient, Norethindrone [0.35mg].

Benefits of Tulana

  • Is the safest birth control pill for those women who: are breastfeeding, have high blood pressure, have migraines, or have hypertension.
  • Periods get lighter. If you are usually a 7 day person, it goes down to like 5 days. If you use 5 pads/tampons a day, it goes down to 3.

Tulana Side Effects

The risks of side effects are very low, but some women have experienced side effects when taking Tulana. Minor ones include irregular periods, acne, breast tenderness, headaches, nausea, cysts on your ovaries, and changes in sex drive (up or down).

These side effects are most likely during the 1st few months and generally improve over time and should stop within a few months.

Why Pandia Health?

FREE with insurance, $20/Pack without (generic equivalent)

FREE with insurance, $20/Pack without (generic equivalent)

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FREE Delivery & Goodies

Online prescription (skip the Dr. office visit and pharmacy lines)

Online prescription (skip the Dr. office visit and pharmacy lines)

Frequently Asked Questions


Some women may experience weight gain when taking Tulana, and other birth control pills. While there’s a chance that the hormones can give you the munchies, it’s mostly water retention (and not actual fat).


Tulana is a good pill option if you are breastfeeding, have migraines with aura or neurologic side effects, high blood pressure, heart attack history, or are smokers and over 35 years old. 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). However, with these pills, if you are 3 hours late, then you will need emergency contraception (if you had sex in the past 5 days) and to abstain or use backup for 5 days.



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 Errin. 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 Errin 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, Tulana is pretty affordable because it’s a generic brand ($20 per pack, when buying 3 packs at a time). You can also save money by choosing one of several other Tulana generics . Generics have the SAME active ingredients and dosage as the name brand. Watch our video explaining generics vs. brand birth control pills.


No, on Tulana or Progesterone Only Pills some women have lighter periods, others stop bleeding completely, and others have no changes in their period flow. The medication has 28 tablets.


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