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What is Seasonique?

Seasonique is a combined birth control pill that’s almost 100% effective at preventing pregnancy if taken correctly. It’s very similar to Amethia, Camrese, Daysee, Ashlyna and Jaimiess. It also comes in a lower dose version called Lo-Seasonique, which is essentially the same pill as Amethia Lo, CamreseLo, Asumate and LoJaimiess.

It comes in packs of 91 pills, 84 of which contain two hormones and 7 which only have one. Seasonique is an extended cycle pill that is also biphasic, so the hormones in the pills only change for a week at the end of every three-month cycle.

Combined pills are very safe for most women, but Seasonique is amongst the safest in the combined pill category as it has a lower risk of serious side effects, such as blood clots. And it’s also less likely than other pills to give the usual side effects like heavy bleeding, breast fullness and tenderness, headaches, fluid retention, tiredness, irritability, nausea and bloating.

How does Seasonique work?

Seasonique contains levonorgestrel and ethinyl estradiol, and these hormones have three main tasks to perform in your body. First, they stop ovulation — this alone can prevent pregnancy, but Seasonique offers two extra layers of protection, just in case you end up ovulating anyways. The hormones prevent the build-up of the uterine wall so an egg can’t implant there, and they also make your cervical fluid thicker so sperm can’t get through. These three factors will make it very unlikely for you to get pregnant, and can also make your periods lighter.

What doses of Seasonique are there?

Seasonique comes in two doses, the regular being called Seasonique, and a lower dose version called Lo-Seasonique. The lower dose is usually recommended if you’ve tried Seasonique and had mild side effects, or it didn’t do a good enough job at managing your PMT symptoms.

Seasonique contains 84 pills with 0.15mg of levonorgestrel and 0.03mg of ethinyl estradiol, and 7 pills with 0.01mg of ethinyl estradiol.

Lo-Seasonique contains 84 pills with 0.1mg of levonorgestrel and 0.02mg of ethinyl estradiol, and 7 pills with 0.01mg of ethinyl estradiol.

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How to take Seasonique

The clinician who prescribes Seasonique to you will be able to give you detailed instructions on how to take it, and you should always follow your clinician’s advice. But there are a few general guidelines you can keep in mind when taking birth control:

Take one pill a day with a glass of water; you don’t need to take it with food, but you can if you want to
Seasonique won’t prevent pregnancy as soon as you start taking it; it can take up to 7 days for the hormones to give you optimum levels of protection. For that reason, you should continue using a barrier contraceptive method, such as a condom or spermicide, for the first week of you taking Seasonique
You need to take your pill at the same time every day; if the interval between pills exceeds 24 hours, the effectiveness of the hormones lowers, and you might become pregnant as a result. To help you remember, you should set an alarm on your phone to ring at the same time every day, and always carry the pills with you, in case you’re not at home when the alarm rings

How long does it take Seasonique to work?

It can take about seven days for you to get up to optimum levels of protection with Seasonique. To make sure that the hormones have time to get to work in the body, it’s better to be safe and continue using barrier contraception methods, such as a condom or spermicide, for the first week of taking Seasonique.

What should I do if I make a mistake when taking Seasonique?

If you forget to take your pill, you should take it as soon as you remember. But if it’s almost time for your next one, just skip the one you missed and continue taking one a day as usual. You should also keep in mind that the interval between pills shouldn’t exceed 24 hours, and if it does so regularly, the effectiveness of the hormones lowers and you might become pregnant as a result.

To ensure that you don’t miss your pills, you should set an alarm on your phone to ring at the same time every day, and always carry the pills with you so you can take them at the correct time, even if you’re not at home when the alarm rings.

If on the other hand you accidentally take more Seasonique than you should, don’t worry, you’re likely going to be ok, as there have been no reports of fatal overdose caused by birth control. You might feel nausea and get light vaginal bleeding, this is no cause for alarm as it’s a normal reaction of taking too much birth control. But if your symptoms are severe and persistent you should seek emergency medical attention.

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Seasonique: FAQ

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Should I take Seasonique or Lo-Seasonique?

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Seasonique comes with 84 pills with 0.15mg of levonorgestrel and 0.03mg of ethinyl estradiol, and 7 pills with 0.01mg of ethinyl estradiol.

Lo-Seasonique is a lower dose version of Seasonique that comes with 84 pills with 0.1mg of levonorgestrel and 0.02mg of ethinyl estradiol, and 7 pills with 0.01mg of ethinyl estradiol.

The difference might seem minimal, but if you’ve taken Seasonique before and had mild side effects, the lower dose version might be the best option for you, as you’ll get the same level of protection with fewer side effects.

How is Seasonique different from other birth control pills?

Answer:
Seasonique is an extended cycle pill, meaning that all of the pills in the pack contain active ingredients, while most of the other birth control options have 7 inactive pills at the end of each month. Instead, Seasonique had 7 single hormone pills at the end of each three consecutive months.

Studies have shown that extended cycle pills are slightly more effective, but the difference is minimal and not enough to place extended cycle pills above all others.

How effective is Seasonique?

Answer:
Seasonique is a very effective form of birth control, with an effectiveness rate above 100% if taken correctly. But like with every birth control pill, the effectiveness can lower if you miss a pill or more during your cycle, or if you regularly take the pill later than you should, leaving the interval between pills higher than 24 hours. To make sure that you get the most out of your birth control, you should set an alarm on your phone to ring at the same time every day, and always carry the pills with you to make sure that you take them at the right time, even if you’re not at home when the alarm rings.

Is Seasonique similar to any other birth control pills?

Answer:
Seasonique is essentially the same pill as Amethia, Camrese, Daysee, Ashlyna and Jaimiess. And it also comes in a lower dose called Lo-Seasonique, which is essentially the same as Amethia Lo, CamreseLo, Asumate and LoJaimiess.

Although Seasonique contains the same hormones at the same dose as all these pills, it’s made by a different manufacturer, so the appearance of the pills, the packaging and the price may be different for all of these options.

Do I need a prescription for Seasonique?

Answer:
Yes, you need a prescription to get Seasonique, or any other birth control pill. This is to make sure that a clinician checks whether it’s safe or not for you to take birth control, and also to assess which options would be better for your specific health needs and circumstances.

Why should I buy Seasonique online with Treated?

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Picking the right birth control pill can be a difficult task with so many options available. Here at Treated, we are aware of this, so our aim is to make the process as straightforward as possible for you. You just need to answer a few questions about your health and our clinicians will give you a list of medication recommendations based on your health needs and circumstances.

Once we find the right pill for you, all you need to do is choose a delivery frequency and your first package will be with you in less than a week. We’ll stay in touch to make sure that you’re getting everything you want out of your pill, and if you aren’t, we will recommend a different option for you to try.
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