Nora-Be - is this birth control continuous? no inactive pills?
- 23 Aug 2010 by yvonn11294
- nora-be, birth control, contraception
I just stared to take this medication and noticed that the pills are all the same color. Are there no inactive pills?
Added 23 Aug 2010:
Should I expect to have a cycle?
23 Aug 2010
Nora be is a progesterone only pills, that is it has only progesterone, no estrogen. Such a medicine has no inactive pills or iron pills.
No estrogen means less risk of heart problems, stroke, thrombosis, liver damage.
However these may lead to irregular bleeding.
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