Drug Information for TriNessa Tablets (norgestimate and ethinyl estradiol) (Watson Pharma, Inc.): HOW SUPPLIED

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  • TriNessa® is available in a blister card (NDC 52544-248-28) with a tablet dispenser (unfilled). The blister card contains 28 tablets as follows: 7 white tablets, 7 light blue tablets, 7 blue tablets, and 7 dark green tablets. Each white tablet contains 0.180 mg of the progestational compound, norgestimate, together with 0.035 mg of the estrogenic compound, ethinyl estradiol. Each light blue tablet contains 0.215 mg of the progestational compound, norgestimate, together with 0.035 mg of the estrogenic compound, ethinyl estradiol. Each blue tablet contains 0.250 mg of the progestational compound, norgestimate, together with 0.035 mg of the estrogenic compound, ethinyl estradiol. Each dark green tablet contains inert ingredients.

    The white tablets are unscored, with “WPI” debossed on one side and "524" debossed on the opposite side; the light blue tablets are unscored with “WPI” debossed on one side and "525" debossed on the opposite side; the blue tablets are unscored with “WPI” debossed on one side and "526" debossed on the opposite side. Each dark green tablet contains inert ingredients and is unscored with “WPI” debossed on one side and “P” debossed on the opposite side.

    0.180/0.035 mg tablets - White, round, biconvex, coated tablet imprinted “WPI” on one side and “524” on the other side of the tablet.

    0.215/0.035 mg tablets - Light blue, round, biconvex, coated tablet imprinted “WPI” on one side and “525” on the other side of the tablet.

    0.250/0.035 mg tablets - Blue, round, biconvex, coated tablet imprinted “WPI” on one side and “526” on the other side of the tablet.

    Each dark green reminder pill is a round, biconvex, coated tablet imprinted “WPI” on one side and “P” on the other side.

    Keep out of reach of children.

    Store at 25°C (77°F); excursions permitted to 15° - 30°C (59° - 86°F).

    Protect from light.

  • Drug Information Provided by National Library of Medicine (NLM).
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