I am doing IVF this year, and birth control pills are part of the program. I am very allergic to dairy, even lactose/lactolose in Rx pills and I avoid dairy at all costs. I am desperate to go to the doctor armed with a name or names of pills that will be acceptable to my system, so that I may start this journey to concieve. My husband and I have been trying to concieve for over 5 years, with two failed IUIs as well. I am 35 years old. Thank you in advance.
The best advice I can give you is get a "list of possibilities" from your doctor and then research what they contain. This is easily done here at drugs.com under the "fda drug monograph" - tablet contents are at the end of the monograph eg https://www.drugs.com/pro/tri-lo-sprintec.html - scroll down to the very bottom.
(There are too many to go through to do it before hand)
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