(norgestimate and ethinyl estradiol tablets, USP) 0.180 mg/0.035 mg, 0.215 mg/0.035 mg, and 0.250 mg/0.035 mg
Tri-Estarylla™, Tri-Linyah®, Tri-Mili™, Tri-Previfem®, Tri-Sprintec®, and TriNessa®
- Tri-VyLibra is a birth control pill used by women to prevent pregnancy and also to treat moderate acne vulgaris in females 15 years of age and older, who have no known history of allergies or problems taking birth control pills, and have started their menstrual cycle (period). Tri-VyLibra should only be used to treat acne in women who want to take birth control pills to prevent pregnancy
The most common side effects of Tri-VyLibra are headache (migraine), breast pain or tenderness (enlargement or discharge), stomach pain (including discomfort or gas), vaginal infections and discharge, mood changes (including depression), nervousness, changes in weight, and skin rash.
The most serious side effects of Tri-VyLibra may include blood clots in your lungs, heart attack, or a stroke that may lead to death.