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P 703.25

Box of 21 tablets.

As a 4th-generation pill, Lizonya has the fewest side effects among contraceptive pills. From preventing weight gain to menstrual cramps and acne treatment, this super pill can do it all without breaking the bank.

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  • If you are concerned about weight gain and water retention, this may be the right birth control pill for you!
  • These contraceptives pills also help with acne, cycle control, lightening, and shortening periods, as well as reducing menstrual cramps and the risk of anemia.
  • Lizonya, like Yaz, Yasmin, Liza, and Lizelle, has a lower estrogen dose than other 4th-generation pills. This can be good for those who are sensitive to estrogen side effects.
  • Lizonya’s active ingredients are drospirenone 3 mg and ethinyl estradiol 30 mcg.

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Take the first Lizonya pill on the first day of your period. Start with the first pill and follow the arrows as indicated on the pack. Try to take the pill at around the same time each day. We recommend incorporating it into your daily routine, such as after eating a specific meal or before going to sleep.

If you start taking the pill after the first 24 hours of your cycle, you will need to wait seven days before you are fully protected from pregnancy. Please make sure to use alternative forms of contraception during this time.

No problem; just avoid unprotected sex for the first seven days. Do this by using additional forms of contraception like Protec Condoms.

Start your new pack after the 7-day break, on what would be the 8th day. Each new pack will begin on the same day of the week. Start the pill on this day even if you still have your period.

If you decide to stop taking the pill, only stop after you finish your pack otherwise bleeding may start.

Either of those things can interfere with the absorption of your pill. If you vomit within two hours of taking the pill, another pill should be taken as soon as possible. If persistent vomiting and diarrhea last more than 24 hours, follow the instructions on for missed pills.

If you missed one pill, take it as soon as you remember. Take the pill due for the day at the regular time, even if it means taking two pills in one day. Then, continue taking one pill each day as usual. In this scenario, you'll still be protected from pregnancy and won't need backup contraception.

Missing two or more pills consecutively increases your chances of getting pregnant. If this happens, take the most recently missed pill as soon as you remember, and discard all the other previously missed pills. Take the next scheduled pill at the usual time and avoid unprotected sex for the next seven days (as above, we recommend using the Protec condom).

Count the pills you have left in the pack. If one to six active pills are left in the pack, finish the remaining active pills and start a new pack immediately (skip your 7-day break). Note that bleeding may not come at the regular time.

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