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Stomach pain and cramps after taking Ortho tri-cyclen

I am on ortho tri-cyclen lo. on sunday morning, i was supposed to take the last pill of my second week (day 14). i dropped the pill and could not find it anywhere, so i just took the next pill in the pack (day 15, first pill of week 3). since then, i have been continuing to take one pill per day. i have also had sharp stomach pains and cramps since then.
Asked On : Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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I really appreciate your concern, as you gave the history here but that is not related with the symptom given here your symptom of stomach pain must due to the gastritis that might be developed because of the medicine that you are taking "Tri-cyclen" certain drugs induces gastritis and to avoid that PPI (Proton pump inhibitor should be taken along with this drug) and the best PPI is "Omeprazole 40 mg once in day" hope this information helps you, have nice day.
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