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Taking Trigestral causes headache and nausea. Have asthma. Alternate solution?

Hello Doctor .. I m using Trigestrel now I ve used it before and used to get terrible headaches in the frontal part of my head and then one violent vomit then I get my period .. Consequently I stopped using it .. I stopped for a while using this pill to isolate the problem .. Now I m using it again .. I m only on the second pill and I already get the headache and the nauseous feeling .. What should I use Dr ? I can t use the injection because it contra-indicates with my Asthma .. Thank you I hope you can help me Amaal
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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Trigesteral is a triphasic combined oral contraceptive pill (OCP). It contains three different combinations of estrogen & progesteron. Generally in asthmatics OCP should be avoided or should be used with caution. Nausea & headache occur in some individuals and is usually transient. But in a smaller fraction of women more severe migraine headaches can occur. Injections or depot preparations also can result in severe headache. However if migraine is worse it can increase the risk of cerebrovascular accident & so in such individuals OCP SHOULD BE DISCONTINUED . You are an asthmatic and OCP is consistently resulting in severe headache. So you should stop using OCP & opt for other methods of contraception like non hormonal copper IUCD.
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