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Unpredictable periods?
We may be able to help

You’ve got a lot going on. Unpredictable periods don’t need to be a part of your life. This is how Balcoltra works.

You’ve got a lot going on. Unpredictable periods don’t need to be a part of your life. This is how Balcoltra works.

Balcoltra works hard for you

Balcoltra’s got your back with an effective combination of 2 hormones: levonorgestrel and ethinyl estradiol. These work together to prevent pregnancy by:

Levonorgestrel can also stop ovulation completely in some women, while ethinyl estradiol helps regulate the menstrual cycle.

No more surprises—
Balcoltra MAY help prevent breakthrough bleeding1,*

Balcoltra’s combination of hormones offers predictable periods that may be shorter and lighter.
  • 96% of women did not experience breakthrough bleeding.
  • Periods lasted fewer than 5 days on average.
  • Periods were light on average.

*Outpatient multicenter, open-label trial with a single treatment group. A total of 1708 healthy women aged 17 to 49 years were enrolled in the study, providing 27,011 cycles of exposure. Study subjects participated for approximately 36 cycles, until they withdrew or were withdrawn, or until the study was terminated.1

4% of patients had period-like bleeding outside of their scheduled periods.

The right dose, from the start

Balcoltra offers an effective, noninvasive pregnancy prevention option with low hormones.

Over the course of 1 year, only 1 woman out of 100 may become pregnant while taking Balcoltra correctly.2

Here’s how it stacks up to other forms of contraception:2

Taking your pill at the same time every day gives you the maximum level of pregnancy prevention.

A dose of hormones that’s low, but not too low

Balcoltra’s hormone dose is not too high or too low:

  • High enough to be effective for more body types
  • Low enough so side effects may not get in your way

See the Important Risk Information or ask your doctor for more information.