You can buy Trinovum tablets from OnlineClinic in a dosage of 500mcg / 35mcg. According to our doctors, this is the recommended dosage of Trinovum. This medication can be purchased in a pack of 63 or 126 pills. By ordering online with us you can avoid the inconvenience of obtaining and attending a doctor's appointment. Trinovum pills can successfully prevent pregnancy and can even increase your libido. Also, extra packs of contraceptives can be bought quickly and easily by using our repeat ordering process. You will be prompted to order your next batch by our reminder service when required.
Trinovum is a highly effective oral contraceptive that can be ordered swiftly and securely online by completing a quick and confidential online consultation. Your consultation will then be reviewed by one of our doctors. This ensures that the medication is safe for you to use. The medication will then be delivered in discreet packaging via our next day delivery service.
Trinovum is a highly effective contraceptive pill when used correctly, and is often referred to as simply; 'the pill' or as the combined oral contraceptive pill. Trinovum pills contain the active ingredients ethinylestradiol and norethisterone, which are synthetic versions of oestrogen and progesteron. These are naturally occurring female sex hormones. Trinovum prevents pregnancy by modifying the reproductive system's environment. This ensures that you will be unable to conceive whilst taking this medication.
Trinovum pills contain less oestrogen than other combined pills. This minimises the risk of developing certain oestrogen-related side effects, including headaches and depression. Trinovum pills are also the only contraceptive pill that is proven to maintain or increase your libido. As this pill releases three different strengths of hormones at different stages of your cycle, it reduces cyclic symptoms, such as water retention.
|Short facts about Trinovum|
|How to take||
Start with the pill that has the lowest progestogen dose, and then follow in the order shown on the pack. Take Trinovum for 21 days, followed by a seven-day break.
|How it works||
The environment of the reproductive system is altered to prevent pregnancy. Mucous in the cervix is thickened, stopping sperm from reaching the womb. Also, ovaries are stopped from releasing eggs and the womb lining is thickened, which stops fertilised eggs from being implanted.
Trinovum works in 3 ways to prevent pregnancy. This gives you the best chance possible at successfully preventing pregnancy. Also, you'll still be protected from pregnancy during the pill-free week.
Trinovum pills are available to order in a dosage of 500mcg / 35mcg.
Side effects aren't very common, but may include mood changes, nausea and breast tenderness.
Trinovum contains ethinylestradiol, which is an artificial oestrogen, and norethisterone, which is an artificial progestogen. Unlike contraceptive pills containing only progestogen, like Femulen, these hormones work together to modify the environment of the reproductive system so it's almost impossible to conceive.
This is done in three key ways. The oestrogen stops your ovaries from releasing a mature egg, so there's nothing to fertilise. The progestogen thickens the mucous in the cervix, so it's almost impossible for sperm to reach the womb. And the progestogen also prevents the womb lining from thickening, so a fertilised egg can't implant itself and develop, stopping conception.
Below are some tips regarding how to correctly take Trinovum:
Trinovum is available to buy from OnlineClinic in the recommended dosage of 500mcg / 35mcg. This dose is available in a pack of 63 or 126 tablets.
In general, triphasic pills cause very few side effects. The most common side effect associated with Trinovum is irritability. Uncommon side effects can include mood changes, a rash and hair loss or growth. You may experience side effects such as nausea and breast tenderness; however, these will be mild in nature and should disappear once your body becomes used to the hormones.
Before taking Trinovum pills, it's important to consider the precautions associated with taking the medication. These are as follows:
Note: Decisions about treatment are for both the prescriber and the person to jointly consider during the consultation. However, the final decision will always be the prescriber’s.