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◆Purchases are limited to those residing in Japan

◆ Includes consultation, prescription, and prescription drug costs

◆ Separate management and shipping fees

◆When the product is delivered: After your order is confirmed, it will take several days to a week for shipping.◆Prices may be revised due to changes in drug prices by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, etc.

◆We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the machine translation. All content is based on Japanese.

◆ After payment, please fill out the medical questionnaire on the screen. The doctor will check the medical questionnaire and prepare the prescription.


Tri-Cyclen Tablets 28 [Approx. 1, 3, 6 month supply]


[Prescription Contents]

Please select the number of days you would like your prescription to last.

Tri-Quilar Tablets 28 Approximately 1 month (28 days) 28 tablets/4,700 yen + tax

Tri-Quilar Tablets 28 Approximately 3 months (84 days) 84 tablets/8940 yen + tax

Tri-Quilar Tablets 28 Approximately 6 months (168 days) 168 tablets/17,880 yen + tax


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After payment, please fill out the medical questionnaire on the screen. The doctor will check the medical questionnaire and prepare the prescription.

② Kashiwagi Clinic medical history confirmation

③ Medicine will be shipped from the pharmacy. *It will take about 2-7 days to ship.


[Drug functions, precautions, interactions, side effects, etc.]

Tri-Cyclen Tablets 28

Tri-Cyclen is a type of low-dose pill (oral contraceptive). By continuing to take it, you can expect contraceptive effects and relief from menstrual pain. Although it has contraceptive effects, it does not prevent HIV infection or sexually transmitted diseases, so we recommend using condoms.

Tri-Cyclen is a second-generation oral contraceptive prescribed by gynecologists and obstetricians, and contains the progesterone hormone levonorgestrel. Second-generation pills are less likely to cause irregular bleeding.

Tri-Cyclen is also known as a "triphasic pill," which means that you take three different pills with different hormone levels over the course of your treatment.

Tri-Cyclen is available in 21-tablet and 28-tablet varieties, both of which contain the same ingredients.


Precautions when taking this medicine

The following people may need to be careful. Be sure to tell your doctor or pharmacist.

⇒ Tri-Cyclen Tablets 28

The main side effects include nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, breast tenderness, headache, swelling, weight gain, diarrhea, dizziness, irritability, lower back pain, fatigue, and depression.

* Smoking and oral contraceptives

It has been reported that the combined use of smoking and oral contraceptives increases the risk of side effects such as venous thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, myocardial infarction, and stroke. This risk is said to increase especially in people over 35 who smoke 15 or more cigarettes a day. Therefore, if you are over 35 and want to take oral contraceptives, you should quit smoking.

*Do not take this medicine if you are any of the following:

1. Those who have previously experienced hypersensitivity to oral contraceptives
2. Those with a history or suspected medical history of breast cancer, endometrial cancer, cervical cancer, etc.
3. Heavy smokers (15 or more cigarettes per day for those aged 35 or older, 20 or more cigarettes per day for those aged 34 or younger)
4. Those who are 50 years of age or older or have undergone menopause
5. Those with a history of severe hypertension or thrombosis

6.People with severe liver problems

7. Those who are breastfeeding, pregnant, or may be pregnant

8. People who are currently in their growth period
9. Those who are scheduled for surgery, have had surgery within the last two weeks, have given birth within the last four weeks, or are on bed rest for an extended period of time

*The following people should exercise caution. Consult a doctor before receiving a prescription. Also, if you have any concerns after receiving a prescription, consult a doctor or pharmacist.

1. People aged 40 or older
2. Those with uterine fibroids
3. Those who have been diagnosed with breast cancer in the past
4. Those who have a family history of breast cancer (having someone in their family who has had breast cancer) or have a breast lump
5. People who smoke
6. People who are obese
7. People with a family history of thrombosis (having a family member who has had thrombosis)


◆Dosage and Administration

"Tri-Cyclen 28" is a method in which 28 tablets are taken at the same time every day in one sheet. There is no break, and a placebo (fake drug) is taken for the last 7 days of the cycle. This reduces the risk of forgetting to take the pill compared to the 21-tablet method. Once you have finished taking one sheet, you start taking the second sheet for the next cycle, even if you are still bleeding.

If you want to adjust your menstrual cycle, you can do so by changing the timing of when you take the placebo or stop taking the pill. Talk to your doctor about this.

If you miss a pill within 24 hours, take the pill early as soon as you remember (except during the placebo period) and take the pill for the day as usual. If you miss a pill for two or more consecutive days, stop taking it and start again with a new sheet on the first day of your next period. However, since the contraceptive effect is reduced during the interruption period, you will need to use another contraceptive method in addition.


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Tri-Quilar Tablets 28 [Approx. 1, 3, 6 months supply] KM01

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