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Levonest Birth Control Information

Many different birth control choices are available to women today. If you are looking to prevent pregnancy by taking an oral contraceptive (birth control pill), your healthcare provider may recommend LevonestTM (levonorgestrel/ethinyl estradiol), a generic version of Triphasil®.
 
Levonest is taken once a day. As with other birth control pills, it's important to remember to take Levonest consistently, at the same time each day. Although birth control pills are extremely effective when taken correctly, their effectiveness decreases significantly if you take them incorrectly. It's also important to inform your healthcare provider of any other medical conditions you have, as well as any medications you are taking, prior to starting this birth control pill.
 
(To learn more about this birth control pill, click Levonest. Topics covered in this article include how it works, other dosing guidelines, side effects, and safety warnings. It also explains what the term "combined contraceptive" means.)
 

Levonest Birth Control Information

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