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How do you use ortho tricyclin?

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Dr. Alvin Lin
Geriatrics 31 years experience
As directed: Ortho tri-cyclen is an oral contraceptive (ocp), otherwise known as a birth control pill (bcp). Regardless, it is taken by mouth daily. It is very important to take the pills in the proper sequence in order to keep from getting pregnant. It's also important to take them at about the same time daily. Ideally, you should take all your medications as directed by your physician.
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