Taking tri sprintec, early period. Normal?
Hi, I am currently on a birth control called Tri-Sprintec. Normally, I have been taking 25 mg of this pill monthly, but just recently my doctor lowered it to 20 mg and I am just starting to take it this mont (this is my second week on it). However, I just started my period early this week. Is...
Should Tri-Sprintec be taken regularly?
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Will a little delay in taking sprintec pill lead to pregnancy?
I m on sprintec for few months. I never missed a pill and I always take it on time?But the other day I missed then I took two pills yesterday with one hour in between. Today I took my dose about 2 hours and 10 minutes late. I had sex tonight. Is there any chance to be pregnant? WWW.WWWW.WW
can I take tri sprintec as emergency contraception
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
Yes, the treatment necessitates the intake of two tablets. The first tablet must be taken as soon as possible, preferably within 12 hours, after the unprotected intercourse and no longer than within 72 hours ( 3 days) after the intercourse.
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