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Generess Fe is a hormonal birth control drug that comes in the form of a chewable tablet. Because it must be taken on a daily basis, the Generess Fe cost can quickly add up, especially if you have a high copay or no insurance coverage for this drug. To make sure you’re getting the best available price for Generess Fe, use Optum Perks to compare cost estimates for pharmacies in your area. Just enter your zip code (if your browser doesn’t automatically detect your location) and adjust the search parameters (drug quantity, dose) to fit your prescription. You’ll then be able to browse a list of nearby pharmacy price estimates. These estimates account for our Generess Fe discount coupon, which you can get by clicking ‘Claim Now’. Take your coupon to the local pharmacy with the best price to receive a great discount.
When taken as directed, Generess Fe helps prevent pregnancy in women of childbearing age. It works by preventing ovulation and causing certain changes to cervical mucus and the uterine lining.
Generess Fe comes in a tablet containing 0.8mg of ethinyl estradiol and 25mcg of norethindrone. Tablets come in packages of 28, with the first 21 pills containing hormones and the last seven pills containing no hormones. These last seven pills are meant to serve as reminders to stay on a regular dosing schedule. Women who take this medication should take one tablet every day in the order the tablets appear in their package.
Tell your doctor about your medical history and all medications you are currently taking to make sure it’s safe for you to take Generess Fe. Don’t smoke while taking a birth control drug, as smoking increases your risk of blood clots (especially if you’re over the age of 35). Don’t take Generess Fe if you have uncontrolled high blood pressure, a blood-clotting disorder, circulation problems, heart disease, diabetes complications, abnormal vaginal bleeding, a history of migraines, liver disease or cancer, a history of jaundice when using birth control drugs, or a history of heart attack, stroke, or blood clots.
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