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What is Levora?

The Levora pill is a combined contraceptive pill. It has two hormones in it: a progesterone and an estrogen.

So how do these hormones work? Well, pretty much by tricking your body into thinking you already ovulated. Without ovulation, there’s no egg to fertilize. Even if an egg does sneak out, these hormones also make cervical mucus thicker so sperm can’t find a way through to them.

Bonus: these hormones also stop the lining of the womb from getting thick. This means a fertilized egg can’t implant as easily, and that your periods are probably going to be lighter.

How effective is the Levora pill?

Very. It’s one of the most effective ways of protecting against pregnancy and it’s completely reversible. As long as you take it correctly (every day at the same time), your chances of getting pregnant are minimal.

If you make the odd mistake, like missing a pill, the chances of you getting pregnant rise a bit to around 9% over a whole year.

If you miss more than one pill in a pack (two days in a row for example) your protection is lowered and you’ll need to use condoms for a week. So it’s always a good idea to take it as close to perfectly as you can.

Is Levora safe?

Yes. It’s in the safest category of combined pills.

All contraceptive pills go through rigorous testing to make sure they’re safe before they go anywhere near consumers. But there are some pills that carry a slightly higher risk of causing a blood clot than others.

Levora is among the contraceptive pills with the lowest risks.

Does Levora come in a low dose?

Not exactly. There are lower dose alternatives, but they’ll be called something else. Levora 150/30 (so that’s 150 micrograms levonorgestrel and 30 micrograms ethinyl estradiol) is the only dose of Levora pill there is at the moment.

You can get a pill called Logynon. It’s almost the same as Levora but with a lower dose given in phases. There’s another pill called Isibloom that is slightly different but has a lower estrogen dose. So if you take Levora and you feel like it might be giving you side effects, there are alternatives.

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How should I take Levora?

Take one Levora tablet each day, for 28 days (there’s a little set of arrows on the pack to help you keep track of the days). It’s best to take it at the same time each day, so you might want to set a reminder or include taking your Levora pill in your bedtime or morning routine.

H2: When can I start taking Levora?

If you’re not already using hormonal birth control, you can start Levora any time. You’ll be protected against pregnancy immediately if you take it on the first day of your period. If you start on another day, you should use condoms for the first week of taking it while the pill takes effect.

Switching from another pill to Levora? You can start taking Levora the day after the last pill in your previous pill pack.

When starting Levora pills after pregnancy and giving birth, it’s best to check with your OB/GYN or midwife first. Levora isn’t safe for use during breastfeeding.

What happens if I miss a Levora pill?

It increases the chances of you getting pregnant. You should take the pill at the same time each day. If you’re more than 12 hours late taking Levora, it counts as a missed pill.

Your protection might be reduced if you miss one or more pills, so you should use a barrier contraceptive (like a condom) for a week and refer to the package insert for more info on what to do next. If your missed pill happens when there’s fewer than seven pills in the pack, you should skip the seven inactive pills and start the next pack immediately.

What if I want to conceive?

If you want to try for a baby, you can stop taking Levora any time. It’s recommended that you wait until you’ve had at least one normal menstrual cycle after stopping before trying to conceive. Remember that it’s a good idea to start taking folic acid before you start trying to conceive.

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Levora: FAQ

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Does the Levora pill stop your period?

Answer:
Sort of, yes. It’s normal to get some bleeding during your pill-free week, but technically it’s not a period. This is called a ‘withdrawal bleed’. It’s usually much lighter than a period.

Is Levora like other combined pills?

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Yes. It’s very similar to Microgynon and Marlissa. It has exactly the same hormones, in similar amounts, as these two pills.

While most combined pills are effective at stopping pregnancy in the same way, they are different in other ways. Some are better at controlling menstrual symptoms than others, and others are less likely to cause certain side effects.

The reason all combination pills aren’t the same is because women react differently to them depending on the hormonal balance in their bodies. Sometimes, it can take a little while to settle on one that harmonizes with your cycle and doesn’t cause side effects.

Does the Levora pill cause weight loss?

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Some women who use the combined pill find that their weight fluctuates. For some, it might cause weight loss, for others it might cause weight gain.

There’s no proven link between pills like Levora and weight gain or weight loss. It’s a difficult connection for scientists to confirm though, because there are so many different factors that can cause changes in weight.

If you notice that your weight is changing and you think it may be due to Levora, let us know.

What should I do if I’m not happy with Levora?

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That’s simple. Just let us know.

Our clinical experts will help you find alternatives that might be better for you (or less likely to cause side effects).

There are plenty of other combination pills which are just as effective but have a different amount of hormones in them. Logynon is very similar to Levora but it has a phased, lower dose.

If you’re having more noticeable side effects on the combined pill, there’s also the progesterone-only (mini) pill. This doesn’t contain any estrogen, so it doesn’t have the same risk of side effects caused by this hormone.

When switching to another pill, it’s advisable to finish the pack you’re using before starting your new one.

Is Levora the same as Marlissa?

Answer:
Pretty much. The main differences are the name, the manufacturer and the non-active ingredients. The level of hormones in them is exactly the same, so there should be no difference in how they work.

Levora and Microgynon: What’s the difference?

Answer:
Just the manufacturer, really. The pills and packaging won’t look the same. Otherwise, they’re very similar. They have the same hormones in the same amounts in them, so they should do the exact same job.

Why should I buy Levora with Treated?

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At Treated, we take the hassle out of getting your contraception. You can get Levora delivered right to your door, regularly and when you need it. We can suggest contraception options for you if you’re unsure what to take, and getting refills is easy.

You can take your pick from treatments that we think are safe for you. You can also choose a schedule and we’ll send your birth control to you regularly, so you never run out. You’ll get follow-ups from our doctors to make sure your contraception is working well for you, and you can opt to change, pause or cancel any time.
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