Loestrin 1/20, Larin 1/20, Microgestin 1/20, Junel 1/20, Gildess 1/20, Pharmacological Equivalent
Daily, low-dose combination birth control to prevent pregnancy
Norethindrone/ee‑1/20 from Renown Rx gives you consistent, low, daily doses of estrogen and progesterone that sets you free from worries about an untimely pregnancy
Norethindrone acetate 1mg | Ethinyl estradiol 0.02 mg | Ferrous fumarate 75 mg
Only available by prescription, after an online consultation with our licensed providers.
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Tiny daily pill, big worries off your mind with Norethindrone/ee‑1/20’s highly effective birth control.
Renown Rx drugs are filled from US pharmacies, so you are assured that they have met all FDA regulations for proper handling and honest ingredients. Plus, as a generic, our Norethindrone/ee‑1/20 brings saves you up to 90% over the branded product.
Loestrin is the original, fully tested and patented product. But now that this patent has expired, you can choose a lower-cost generic as well. So, if you’d like Loestrin but balk at paying more than you need to, then ask us about the generic equivalent Junel.
The estrogen and progesterone in Norethindrone/ee‑1/20 prevent pregnancy mainly by preventing ovulation. When you ovary does not release an egg, fertilization can’t happen.
In addition to blocking the production of an egg each month, Norethindrone/ee‑1/20 also causes the mucus on the cervix just outside your womb to thicken. This traps any sperm before it can proceed toward your womb and ovaries to fertilize any egg that might occur.
Yes, that potential exists for all drugs. Your intake questionnaire asks you to list all your medical conditions and all the drugs and supplements you take, which will help our doctors choose a birth control formula that is low risk for you. You can also use your Patient Portal to get in touch with us if you notice anything that concerns you.
Yes. Be very certain that in you tell us about all your medications and their doses. That includes supplements, over the counter drugs (like antacids or aspirin) and vitamins. Also, some drugs including those for epilepsy, HIV and supplements like St. Johns Wort, can make your birth control less effective.
This formula can be helpful for women who experience spotting between period days on other birth control products.
FDA has not approved Norethindrone/ee‑1/20 for acne control. If you are interested, then check on Yaz equivalent, also available at Renown Rx. However, a combination pill, like Norethindrone/ee‑1/20, often does benefit a woman’s skin because it prevents wide fluctuations in your androgens (especially progesterone). That means you are less likely to overproduce sebum and break out.
Birth control pills have the highest reliability levels only when taken regularly, at around the same time each day. But if you do miss a dose, don’t panic. Take your pill as soon as you remember. You can take two pills the next day and stay on schedule if that happens. If you miss two days, take both pills on the third day. The chances of becoming pregnant are small with a single missed day, but they are not nonexistent.
Some women require a few months on the pill to regularize their menses. This usually does not mean there’s a problem.
No. The only birth control that does is a barrier—the condom.
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