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Loryna is a combination of estrogen and progestin, which are both oral contraceptives. The Loryna generic use is as a birth control, however, some patients may also use it to prevent acne and premenstrual dysphoric disorder. It is also sometimes used in the treatment of endometriosis. Loryna prices can be quite ... Read more

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Loryna Information:

What is Loryna?

 

Loryna is an oral contraceptive which combines estrogen and progestin. While it is mostly used as a birth control, it may also help clear up acne as well as treat endometriosis and premenstrual dysphoric disorder. This combination works by preventing ovulation, changing the lining of the uterus, and changing the mucus at the cervix to prevent sperm from entering. It is important to note that this drug should not be used to prevent sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV and AIDS.

 

How do I use Loryna?

 

You can purchase Loryna in 21, 28, or 91 dose increments. It should be taken once a day, every day, with food or milk to avoid nausea. It is also important to take it around the same time every day, taking special care to follow any instructions on the prescription. If you are not sure about something, ask your doctor rather than guessing.

 

Taking this medication differs depending on the amount of dosages in your package. For example, in a 21 pack you would take the medication daily for 21 days before stopping for a week. After that week is up, start a new package. If you have a 28 dose package, you should take the medication daily for 28 days, taking note of the different colored doses. The last seven doses will be a different color, as they are filled with an inactive ingredient. Lastly, if you purchase Loryna in a 91 dose package, you should take one dose daily for 91 days. Your package will have three trays, which like the 28 day package, have different colored doses. Every 21 days, the doses will switch to a new color for one week, known as a ‘placebo week’.

 

Talk to your doctor about when you should begin taking loryna. Generally, the first dose should be taken on the first or fifth day of your period, or on the first Sunday on or after bleeding. You may also need to use another form of birth control for the first seven to nine days.

 

During your placebo week, you will likely experience bleeding similar to a period. If you are using a package that only contains active tablets, you may not experience this but you may experience random spotting.

 

If you experience vomiting or diarrhea while taking this medication, you may need a backup contraceptive. Be sure to keep an open dialogue with your doctor about any issues. In addition, you must wait four weeks after giving birth to begin or resume using this drug. Speak with your doctor if you have had an abortion or miscarriage, as it will vary case by case in those situations.

 

In order for loryna to work, you must take it daily as prescribed. Do not stop taking this drug without consulting your doctor first.

Before using Loryna, tell your doctor if:

 

You are allergic to estrogen, progestin, or any other types of medicine.

 

You are taking any other medications - prescription or non-prescription - or vitamins and nutritional supplements.

 

You are taking any other oral contraceptive which contains drosperinone.

 

You are taking herbal supplements (St. John's wort especially).

 

You have ever had blood clots, thrombophilia, coronary artery disease, cerebrovascular disease, stroke or mini-stroke, an irregular heartbeat, heart disease, a heart attack, chest pain, diabetes, headaches that cause other symptoms such as vision changes, weakness, and dizziness; high blood pressure; breast cancer; cancer of the lining of the uterus, cervix, or vagina; liver cancer, liver tumors, or other types of liver disease; yellowing of the skin or eyes during pregnancy or while you were using hormonal contraceptives; unexplained abnormal vaginal bleeding; adrenal insufficiency; or kidney disease.

 

You have recently had surgery or have been unable to move around for any reason.

 

You or a family member has had breast cancer; you are overweight; if you have ever had any issues with your breasts; high blood cholesterol; diabetes; asthma; toxemia; seizures; depression; gallbladder disease; or bloating during the menstrual cycle.

 

You are pregnant, trying to become pregnant, or are breast feeding.

Darkening or spotting of the skin may occur on this drug. If this happens, you should avoid sunlight exposure by wearing protective clothes, glasses, and sunscreen.

If you wear contacts and your vision is compromised, speak to your doctor.

What are the possible side effects of using Loryna?

 

The following may happen while taking Loryna:

  • nausea

  • vomiting

  • stomach cramps or bloating

  • diarrhea

  • constipation

  • gingivitis (swelling of the gum tissue)

  • increased or decreased appetite

  • weight gain or weight loss

  • brown or black skin patches

  • acne

  • hair growth in unusual places

  • bleeding or spotting between menstrual periods

  • changes in menstrual flow

  • painful or missed periods

  • breast tenderness, enlargement, or discharge

  • swelling, redness, irritation, burning, or itching of the vagina

  • white vaginal discharge

More serious (though uncommon) side effects may include:

  • severe headache

  • severe vomiting

  • speech problems

  • dizziness or faintness

  • weakness or numbness of an arm or leg

  • crushing chest pain or chest heaviness

  • coughing up blood

  • shortness of breath

  • leg pain

  • partial or complete loss of vision

  • double vision

  • bulging eyes

  • severe stomach pain

  • yellowing of the skin or eyes

  • loss of appetite

  • extreme tiredness, weakness, or lack of energy

  • fever

  • dark-colored urine

  • light-colored stool

  • swelling of the hands, feet, ankles, or lower legs

  • depression, especially if you also have trouble sleeping, tiredness, loss of energy, or other mood changes

  • unusual bleeding

  • rash

  • menstrual bleeding that is unusually heavy or that lasts for longer than 7 days in a row

If you experience any of these symptoms, talk to your doctor. Oral contraceptives can increase the chance that you will develop liver tumors. While these tumors are not cancerous, they may break and cause serious internal bleeding. Oral contraceptives may also increase the chance that you will develop breast or liver cancer, have a heart attack, a stroke, or a serious blood clot. Talk to your doctor about all of the risks of using oral contraceptives before beginning to take them.

What if I forget to use a dose of Loryna?

 

Missing a dose of this drug means that you may not be protected from unwanted pregnancy. This likely means you will need to use a backup form of birth control for seven to nine days, or until the end of the cycle depending on the instructions. Each brand will come with specific instructions for this event, which you should talk to your doctor about prior to starting this medication. While using a backup birth control, continue to take Loryna.

How do I store Loryna?

 

Keep this drug out of the hands of children and sealed in its original packaging. It should be kept at room temperature, in a room without excess moisture or heat.

What happens if I overdose on Loryna?

 

An overdose of Loryna may increase your risk of common side effects, such as nausea, vaginal bleeding, and vomiting. Call your local poison control center at 1-800-222-1222, and if a victim is unconscious, call 911.

Warnings

 

It is important while taking Loryna that you keep up with your doctor’s appointments; these appointments include check ups, breast/pelvic exams, and pap smears.

 

If you wish to stop taking Loryna, consult with your doctor, even if you do not plan to switch to a Loryna alternative. It can take several weeks to become pregnant after stopping oral contraceptives, however there are cases in which pregnancy happens within days.

 

Is Loryna a Brand or Generic drug?

Loryna is a generic drug that comes from several dozens of brand names.

Are there any Loryna manufacturer coupons?

 

Loryna coupons are abundant. Due to the popularity of the drug, Loryna discounts can be found in many forms.

Additional information about Loryna dosage:

Packages come with 21, 28, or 91 doses. Loryna costs vary widely due to these packages. Each package will have specific instructions on how to take Loryna over the course of your cycle, but generally one dose is taken per day.

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