Birth Control pills like LoEstrin are prescribed for a myriad of reasons, including control of irregular bleeding or excess bleeding, hormonal support, hormonal regulation, control of endometriosis, reduction in painful periods, and others.
The answer is on your pack of birth control pills. LoEstrin comes in different strengths, and so your question cannot be answered without further information. For instance, there is LoEstrin 1/20 and LoEstrin 1.5/30. Contact your health care provider or pharmacist for more advice.
For me personally, after I started using Loestrin 24Fe my acne subsided a little bit. But don't use birth control just to control acne, because you'd be messing up your body for a stupid reason.
First, Necon and LoEstrin are brand names, and don't indicate the name of the pill. Second, there aren't many good studies comparing effectiveness of one pill against another. Interesting, isn't it, that the commercials for pills talk about other issues rather than pregnancy prevention!
You just have an irregular period, no worries....possibly consider a prescription for birth control, i was prescribed to it for this very reason when i was 14.
Yes, it does. You can get them prescribed from a gynecologist or go to Planned Parenthood and have a doctor there prescribe it.
birth control medications have to be prescribed by a doctor. However birth control condoms are available over the counter.
You shouldn't be taking birth control if you're not prescribed it. Birth control pills don't stop periods, they stop pregnancy.
Loestrin is a birth control pill. It also is used to treat severe acne.
You should use a back up method of birth control, like condoms or abstinence from vaginal sex, for the first 7 days of the first cycle.
My girlfriends 14 and her mom suspected something and prescribed her birth control so no.
No,. You should take the birth control pills as they have been prescribed.