Drug Class: progestin/estrogen combination
Medical Uses: Birth Control
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BIN: 005947 GRP: 5395DGT PCN: CLAIMCR
Member Number: BBT205070
About this Enpresse Coupon
How do I use this Enpresse Coupon?
- Print this drug coupon and bring it to your pharmacy.
- Give the pharmacist the coupon. She or he will know how to apply the drug discount.
- Save up to 75% off your Birth Control prescription!
Where can I use this Enpresse Coupon?
You can use this discount at pharmacies across the nation. It may get you different discounts depending on which pharmacy you go to. We recommend calling ahead of time to different pharmacies near you for the most savings.
Who can use this Enpresse Coupon?
Anyone can use this discount card with their prescription. Simply present it to your pharmacy when you are filling your prescription.
What if I have/don’t have insurance?
You can use this card if you don’t have insurance or if you have insurance. Please check with the pharmacy for each prescription as our drug coupon may save you MORE money than your current prescription insurance. You may be able to use our drug coupon to pay less than what you would with your insurance copay. This drug coupon is not insurance. This drug coupon does not expire and gives you access to discounts that would normally be reserved for special medical groups.
Enpresse Medical Information
What is Enpresse?
Enpresse (ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel) is a combination medication that provides female hormones (progestin and estrogen) to prevent pregnancy. Enpresse prevents ovulation (the releasing of an egg by an ovary), alters the cervical mucus so sperm can’t reach the uterus and fertilize an egg as easily, and alters the uterine lining so an egg can’t attach to the uturus as easily.
Enpresse should be taken exactly as directed. Take one tablet daily, at around the same time, and do not allow intervals between tablets exceed 24 hours. One course of Enpresse contains 28 tablets. One tablet should be taken daily for 28 consecutive days in the following order: take 6 pink tablets, then 5 white tablets, then 10 orange tablets, followed by 7 green inactive tablets. Use of Enpresse may begin with either a Sunday start (the first Sunday following menstruation) or a Day 1 start (the day menstruation starts). If your period begins on Sunday, you should take the first pink tablet that day. For each course, without interruption, take one tablet daily for 28 days. When all 28 tablets have been taken, begin a new course the next day by taking the first tablet from a new course, regardless of whether or not your period occurs.
Enpresse Side Effects
Some side effects of ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel include dizziness, headache, nausea, vomiting, appetite and weight changes, and breast pain or tenderness.
Drugs that have been known to severely interact with ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel include acitretin, amprenavir, bexarotene, boceprevir, bosentan, dabrafenib, dantrolene, etretinate, fosamprenavir, griseofulvin, hemin, lenalidomide, mycophenolate mofetil, mycophenolic acid, pomalidomide, teleprevir, thalidomide, tizanidine, and tranexamic acid.
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