What is TriNovum?
TriNovum is a form of combined contraception that is taken to prevent unwanted pregnancy for women. It is an oral birth control pill to be taken consecutively for 21 days with a 7-day break or alternatively, depending on your consultation with the GP or doctor. It also helps alleviate symptoms of menstruation.
How does it work?
The pill contains synthetic progesterone and oestrogen. These hormones are also produced by the body. TriNovum works by altering the hormonal balance of the body to prevent ovulation by making the lining of the uterus less receptive to egg implantation.
Is TriNovum right for me?
TriNovum could be right for you if you want to avoid any chances of pregnancy or if you suffer from painful periods.
All medications can cause potential side effects, below we have listed some potential side effects, however, these do not always occur.
- Vaginal discharge or infection
- Mood swings
- Tender breasts
- Weight gain
- Withdrawal bleeding
- Risk of blood clot
Disclaimer: This website does not constitute medical advice, you should also consult with a doctor before taking medication. If you experience any major reactions to any medication you are taking, you must seek immediate medical attention.
Next Day Delivery Guarantee
All orders placed before 14:00 on weekdays will be delivered the next working day. For the majority of the UK, medication will be dispatched by Royal Mail, Monday to Friday, if ordered before 14:00. Dispatches are sent using Royal Mail's Next-Day Tracked 24-Hour service. We will email you tracking information directly and you should receive your order the day after dispatch.
Our Discreet Packaging Promise
We know that many of our customers turn to us when they need personal medication, preferring to use our online service rather than shopping for the product face to face. That is why our delivery is always discreetly packaged in plain brown boxes or envelopes. You will not have to worry about any content descriptions, and the package will be for your eyes only!
Commonly Used Dosage Guidelines for TriNovum Pill
Take as per pill pack instruction. To follow on from the current contraceptive pill.
Disclaimer: This website does not provide medical advice.
No information listed on this website is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment before undergoing a new health care regimen, and never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.
Trinovum Patient Leaflet
To view Patient Leaflet click here.
To view PDF patient leaflet click here.
TriNovum is used as an oral birth control for women taken consecutively for 21 days.
It is 99% effective at preventing unwanted pregnancy if taken correctly.
Fill out a series of questions online. This is a quick process and should only take 1 - 2 minutes. All of your answers are confidential, and just like a GP consultation, you will know what treatment is most suitable for you instantly upon completion.
Once you have completed the quick online form, select the treatment option most suitable to you and checkout securely.
We will dispatch your order using our express next-day courier service from our pharmacy partners across the UK. You will receive your treatment discreetly to the comfort of your home/ selected address.
Welzo health tests are shipped straight to your address the very next day.
We are a team of doctors and scientists, making cutting edge analysis accessible.
We issue results 24/7, giving you personal insights into your body.
What do you do if you miss a pill?
If you miss one active pill, take two pills as soon as you remember. Then take one pill per day for the rest of the pack.
If you miss two active pills in a row, take three pills as soon as you remember. Then take one pill per day for the rest of the pack.
If you miss three active pills in a row, you need to start over with a new pack of pills.
If you are unsure what to do, contact your doctor or pharmacist for advice.
Who shouldn't use Trinovum?
You should not use Trinovum if you:
- are pregnant or think you might be pregnant
- have ever had a blood clot, for example in your leg (thrombosis), lungs (pulmonary embolism) or elsewhere in your body
- have any problems with your blood clotting, for example, if you have a blood clotting disorder such as haemophilia
- have ever had a heart attack or stroke
- have any problems with your heart or blood vessels, for example, angina, uncontrolled high blood pressure or severe liver disease
- have ever had cancer of the breast, womb or ovaries
- have ever had jaundice caused by pregnancy or taking the contraceptive pill
- are taking any other medicines which can increase the risk of blood clots, such as those used to treat cancer, or HIV infection
- are due to have an operation or surgery, or you have just had one. You should stop taking Trinovum at least 4 weeks before you have an operation
- are going to have a baby soon. You should stop taking Trinovum at least 4 weeks before you are due to give birth
If any of these apply to you, or if you are not sure, talk to your doctor or pharmacist before taking Trinovum.
Is this medication suitable for me?
Please get in touch with a doctor if you are unsure what medication is suitable for you. You can also complete our online consultation form to check your eligibility for the product.
How is the medication delivered?
All orders placed before 14:00 from Monday to Friday will be dispatched that day. The orders are sent using 24 Hour Tracked delivery provided by Royal Mail. Items will usually arrive the very next day after the order has been placed. We also provide tracking for your orders to check the status and location of your parcel. All our medication is packaged in plain confidential padded white or brown envelopes. This ensures that your orders are discreet, and the content of the orders will be for your eyes only.
How many pills do you have to miss to get pregnant?
If you vomit or have diarrhoea within 2 hours of taking a pill, it may not have been fully absorbed into your system. You should take another pill straight away. If this happens more than once, contact your doctor for advice.
Missing one or two pills is unlikely to cause you to get pregnant. However, if you miss three or more pills, there is a greater chance that you could become pregnant. If you miss any pills, it is important to use another form of contraception, such as condoms, until you have taken a pill for 7 days in a row. This will help to reduce the risk of pregnancy.
How long does it take for Trinovum to become effective contraception?
It is important to take Trinovum exactly as your doctor tells you to. You will need to use another form of contraception, such as condoms, for the first 7 days of taking Trinovum. After this, it will start to work as a contraceptive.
How do I order my medication?
Some products only require an online consultation which approximately takes 1 minute to complete, enabling you to then buy the product. Other products will also require a prescription; in this case, you will need to complete the online consultation, and then one of our partner pharmacy prescribers or doctors will review the online consultation questions and approve the order for delivery if you are eligible to purchase the item.
Can I cancel or return my order?
For non-medicinal products, you are eligible to return the product within 14 days of receipt in the same packaging you received. For medicinal products, you are eligible to cancel the order only until it has been dispatched. From that point forward, you are no longer eligible to return the order.
You have the right to cancel your order for medication up to the point when your medication is dispatched.