Trivora

Trivora prevents pregnancy. Many medications, including some antibiotics and supplements, can cause Trivora to not work. Ask your pharmacist or doctor before taking any other medications.

Playlist
Now Playing
Pharmacist Steve Lozano, PharmD summarizes the uses, common side effects, and warnings for the Contraceptives class of medications
Contraceptives*
Next Video
Contraceptives*
Contraceptives
Contraceptives
Pharmacist Steve Lozano, PharmD summarizes the uses, common side effects, and warnings for the Contraceptives class of medications
Contraceptives*
Contraceptives*
Pharmacist Steve Lozano, PharmD summarizes the uses, common side effects, and warnings for the Contraceptives class of medications

Trivora Overview

Reviewed: July 31, 2015
Updated: 

Trivora is a prescription birth control medication used to prevent pregnancy. Trivora contains two hormones, levonorgestrel and ethinyl estradiol, which belong to a group of drugs called hormonal contraceptives. These hormones prevent pregnancy by stopping ovulation and by altering cervical mucus and the lining of the uterus to prevent sperm from entering. 

This medication comes in tablet form and is taken once daily, with or without food.

Common side effects of Trivora include nausea, breast tenderness, and vaginal bleeding between menstrual periods. 

Patient Ratings for

How was your experience with ?

First, a little about yourself

Tell us about yourself in a few words?

What tips would you provide a friend before taking ?

What are you taking for?

Choose one
  • Other

How long have you been taking it?

Choose one
  • Less than a week
  • A couple weeks
  • A month or so
  • A few months
  • A year or so
  • Two years or more

How well did work for you?

Did you experience many side effects while taking this drug?

How likely would you be to recommend to a friend?

Manufacturer

Trivora Drug Class