Triadene

Triadene

A brand name for ETHINYLOESTRADIOL (ethinylestradiol) formulated with a PROGESTOGEN drug as an oral contraceptive.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
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There was concern over "third generation" pills such as Femodene, Triadene, Minulet, Tri-minulet, Marvelon and Mercilon a few years ago but doctors have agreed since that the risk of DVT while on the Pill is actually much lower than the risk of getting a clot while pregnant.
Today's ruling has been welcomed by Schering Health Care Ltd, which makes Semodene and Triadene.
Swapping from a monophasic pill to a triphasic pill like Logynon, Trinordiol, BiNovum, Synphase, TriNovum, Triadene or Tri-Minulet.
The brands involved are Mercilon, Marvelon, Femodene, Femodette, Minulet and Triadene.
The six types are Mercilon, Marvelon, Femodene, Femodette, Minulet and Triadene.
They said third generation Minulet, Mercilon, Triadene, Tri-minulet, Femodene and Femodene ED are safe for healthy women who don't smoke.
The scare in 1995 followed the discovery that seven types of Pill (Mercilon, Marvelon, Femodene, Femodene ED, Minulet, Triminulet and Triadene) were more likely to cause dangerous clots in women who took them.
The six types of are Mercilon, Marvelon, Femodene, Femodette, Minulet and Triadene. Three and a half million women take the Pill throughout the UK, but it is impossible to put a figure on how many take "third generation" Pills.
A million and a half British women were on one of seven brands at the centre of the scare - Femodene, Femodene ED, Minulet, Triadene, Tri- Minulet, Marvelon and Mercilon.
About one and a half million women were advised to switch pills if they were on Femodene, Femodene ED, Minulet, Triadene, Tri-Minulet, Marvelon and Mercilon.