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US Brand Name Orthotricyclen
Generic Name Norgestrel and Ethinyl Estradiol
Other Brand Name OVRAL G
Manufacturer WYETH
Packing 20
Form Tablet
Strength 0.5/0.05 mg

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Generic Orthotricyclen is a mixture oral contraceptive that has the progestational compound norgestimate and the estrogenic compound ethinyl estradiol. It is available in the form of tablets. It is a prescription birth control pill.


Generic Orthotricyclen is a prescribed, highly effective form of birth control. It prevents the process of conceiving in the body of females. It is also prescribed for treatment of acne to females (who are 15 or above) and want to an oral contraceptive for birth control. Females who do not wish to take oral contraceptive for birth control should seek other alternatives for acne treatment.

Side effects

Some of the known and reported side effects of Generic Orthotricyclen are allergic reactions, migraine, vaginal candidiasis, Cholestatic jaundice, decreased tolerance to carbohydrates, steepening, amenorrhea, edema, Change in cervical erosion and secretion, reduction in lactation when given immediately post, change in weight, persisting melasma, breast enlargement or secretion, nausea, vomiting, spotting, change in menstrual flow, temporary infertility after discontinuation of treatment, and breakthrough bleeding. It is must to consult your doctor on noticing side effects.


The medication can be stored at room temperature. Keep it safe from the reach of moisture, heat, sunlight and children.


Norgestimate or ethinyl estradiol is the active component in the composition along with many other inactive components.

Important Precautions

Consult a doctor before taking the medication, if you have or had the following problems: • Migraines or other severe headaches • Heart attack or stroke • Gallbladder disease • Depression • Diabetes • Cancer • Chest pains • Unexplained vaginal bleeding • Blood clotting disorder • High blood pressure • High cholesterol • Yellowing of the eyes or skin during a prior pregnancy or oral contraceptive use • Liver disease, such as liver failure, cirrhosis, hepatitis, or liver tumors

It is important to have detailed discussion with a doctor before starting to take these pills, if you plan to have a surgery. Similar advice is for patients having a habit of smoking cigarettes or required to breastfeed.

Dosage and administration

It is advised to take the first dose on the first day of your period. Take one tablet each day. After 28 days, immediately start a fresh packet. The medication does not need any gap between the two packets. In your pack, the first 21 tablets have the active ingredients and the remaining seven tablets have no active ingredients. It is while this period of 7 days, your body gets a break from the hormones, and process menstruation.


On suspecting overdose, seek emergency medical assistance and call your doctor, immediately. Known symptoms of overdose are nausea, vomiting, and vaginal bleeding.