Trivora (28) is an oral estrogen and progesterone contraceptive used to prevent pregnancy. This type of medication is taken orally in the form of a pill and is taken at approximately the same time each day. Only one pill per day is required.
Trivora is over 99 percent effective in preventing pregnancy (when patients follow the directions provided by their doctor), but is incapable of preventing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.
Common side effects associated with Trivora (and most other oral contraceptives) include nausea, upset stomach, diarrhea, constipation, unusual hair growth, bleeding or spotting between menstrual periods and weight gain.
Trivora may also be prescribed by doctors in order to treat pain associated with endometriosis and menopausal symptoms or to regulate the patients menstrual cycle.