Brand Name(s): Triphasil
Drug Class: Estrogen/Progestin Combinations
Treats: birth control
Enpresse is a combination medication made of two different hormones that work together to prevent pregnancy. The drug is made up of the following hormones, ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel. This drug is the generic medication of Triphasil.
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Enpresse is a mixture of two birth control hormones, and is used to prevent a pregnancy. The way that Enpresse accomplishes this is by thickening of the vaginal fluid and a chemical change that prevents ovulation. This medication will also cause changes in your uterine lining, which will also help in the prevention of pregnancy. Enpresse has also been shown to assist in the controlling of acne, decrease the pain and blood flow experienced during periods and reduce the risk for ovarian cysts. As with all birth control pills, it may assist with increasing the regularity of your period. Below you will find the uses of Enpresse.
- Birth control
Enpresse is similar to other birth control pills in that it is only meant to be taken once a day. However, if you miss a day, it is recommended that you take two pills on the day you remember then continue your normal dosage schedule. However, if you happen to miss more than three days in a row be sure to contact your doctor and consult with him before continuing this medication.
Enpresse Side Effects
Like any drug, Enpresse may cause side effects. If you experience severe or persistent side effects, you should contact your doctor. Below you will find a list of side effects associated with Enpresse. Note that not all possible side effects are listed.
- Breast tenderness
- Weight change
- Swelling of the feet and/or the ankles
- Missed periods
If you experience any severe symptoms while taking Enpresse contact your health care provider immediately. Severe symptoms include, but are not limited to:
- Intense mood changes
- Stomach pain
- Severe pain in the upper body such as the jaw arm or shoulder
- Yellowing eyes or skin
Like any drug, Enpresse may interact with other drugs and substances. Be sure to consult with your doctor before starting any new medications while taking Enpresse. Do not take Enpresse if you are a smoker or at an increased risk for developing blood clots. Smoking with Enpresse increases your risk of developing a blood clot. Some drugs can reduce the effectiveness of Enpresse by decreasing the amount of the ingredients in your system. This includes the following. Note that not all possible interactions are listed.