Doctor insights on:
Lamictal And Tri Sprintec
Yes: It shouldn't be a problemGet a more detailed answer ›
Little interaction: As far as I know, there is little interaction between these two. It should be ok to use them together. ...Read more
Was taking tri sprintec and switched to Junel.....have spotting and am only at the beginning of the 3rd week of pills. Is this normal?
Can be: When one switches brands or forms of birth control pills, yes this can happen. If this persists after the first two months, talk to your doctor. ...Read more
I'm on tri-sprintec i been on it for 4 months now, I'm on my 3rd week & getting cramps more than regularly is it normal? I always take it right.
Doctor can evaluate: Four months is long enough to decide if a brand of birth control pill is helpful or bothersome. The doctor can evaluate to see if a different one can be tried. Tri-sprintec is an oral contraceptive manufactured by teva pharmaceuticals. This is the generic for the brand name ortho tri-cyclen. The "tri" in the name refers to the three different levels of hormones included in the pills' 28-day cycle. ...Read more
My dermatologist she had prescribed me tri-sprintec but after reading the review's I am scared to gain weight, what can I do to not gain weight?
Is it safe to take tri-sprintec and next choice? What are risks? Do I need take next choice if I don't take b/c at same time daily? Worried please help
Contraception: 1. An emergency contraceptive like Next Choice can be taken if an oral contraceptive like tri-sprintec is used (inconsistently or for less than a month). 2, you don't need to take an emergency contraceptive if you have not missed daily pills (not taking at same time does not mean that you are not consistent). 3. There are risks with any medications — you can look up respective meds at drugs. Com. ...Read more
Just started tri-sprintec. Completed 2 full weeks and am on my 2nd day of the 3rd wk. Started brown discharge started on 4/2 and still coming. Normal?
Breakthrough bleed: Breakthrough bleeding (bleeding at the wrong time) is very normal on birth control. It happens in about 1/3 of users. Its no big deal and usually self corrects over time. If you are not satisfied or it continues to happen then consider using a different birth control method. It is a common side effect and does not mean something is wrong or that the pill is not working. Just continue taking. ...Read more
1-2 weeks : It takes 1-2 weeks for birth control pills to be effective. Use condoms until then. ...Read more
1 week: Switching brands of pills should not change your cycle. Your period should be the same as usual. Just start the new brand on schedule. ...Read more
One week: I assume you mean for contraception. There are other reasons to take a birth control pill, but they work to prevent pregnancy by preventing ovulation. It takes about one week to reliably prevent ovulation or to avoid pregnancy from recent ovulation. If you want to be more sure of prevention start the pill with a menstrual cycle and it is reliable as your cycle is ending. ...Read more
Tri-sprintec: See: http://www.drugs.com/sfx/tri-sprintec-side-effects.htmlGet a more detailed answer ›
My pharmacy switched me from tri-sprintec to tri-previfem this month. Why would they do that? Should i be concerned?
Because that is: The generic they made a deal with both pills are generic but you may or may not like the new pill as much since it may have different amounts of hormones, i always prescribe brand name pills for my pts, use generics for other meds, my #1 pill is loloestrin by law a brand name has to have 90% of the active drug and most have 98%, a generic only has to have 72% at the least which can cause problems! ...Read more
I'm on tri-sprintec and I take is correctly. My periods are not regular; they are early or several days late. Is this normal?
Common: One of the most common side effects of birth control pills is irregular bleeding. If these symptoms are going to subside, they usually do so after the first three months. You can work with your doctor to find a reason, but sometimes the solution may be either a different pill, or a different birth control method. ...Read more
I just switched from Tri-Sprintec to Minastrin and I have bled so much. Is LoEstrin better than Minastrin? I feel like I've gained weight as well...
Hormone Change: Pills contain different levels of estrogen and progestin. Tri-sprintec varies doses during the month. Minastrin is a lower dose pill. Any change takes your body, endometrium time to adjust. Loestrin has several doses, one the same a Minastrin. Minastrin is a day one start pill, important you take it that way. Pills have no calories--not a cause of weight gain. ...Read more
I have never taken birthcontrol pills, my question is when should I take the first tri-sprintec tablet? And how long do I have to wait so it works
Sunday is the norm..: You can technically start anytime and your cycle will adjust to the medication. But most women find it easiest to start on a Sunday, the way the packs come labeled. You should take it the first Sunday after the start of your period. You should use a second form of birth control for 2 weeks. It may take several months before your cycle is regulated on the pill. ...Read more
Missed pill tri sprintec on day4of wk1 in pack took missed pill as directed + one 7d later tk as if 1 was missed. Been onbc 8mo was i protected? Preg?
Not likely: Missing one pill is not a great idea but should not significantly decrease the effectiveness of the pills. ...Read more
Help!on tri-sprintec, take at different times each day 2-3 hrs differsnce. Will it still be effective if condom broke? Is safe use next choice w/ b/c?
If you have been: On the tri-sprintec for at least one month consistently (once a day) then you should not require an emergency contraceptive. Women who take oral contraceptives (ie inconsistent use) can use next choice. Take care. ...Read more
Is tri sprintec an abortive pill I had sex and don't want anything to happen to me or baby! And I don't know its first week taking them can I be preg?
Birth control: Sprintec has the same level of hormone throughout the entire 3 weeks of active pills (this is called monophasic), whereasTri-Sprintec has 3 different levels of hormones over the 3 weeks of active tablets (this is called triphasic). Everyone reacts differently to these types of birth control pills. Both are very effective at preventing pregnancy when taken as prescribed. ...Read more
Tri-sprintec: It is not effective during the time frame that it is irregularly used and back up protection should be used at that time. ...Read more
I have been on tri sprintec for 2 years now? Recently I have not been taking them at the same time maybe an hour difference? Will that affect it?
Birth Control Pills: Taking your pills within an hour of the same time every day will not make any difference in their effectiveness. ...Read more
Yes: Sprintec uses a combination of Norgestimate and Ethynyl Estradiol and is effective contraception. It is a "third generation" pill using a newer progesterone that some women tolerate better than the older-generation progesterones. Some studies have shown a slight increase in thromboembolic events with third-gen pills. Best wishes! ...Read more
Your dco should: Have gone over this with you, about possible side effects like I do with all of my pts I put on pills, i never use that pill, I do not like generic pills and at your age you should be on the lowest dose pill if possible as it is much safer, my #1 pill is loloestrin- only 10mcg estrogen so less chance blood clot, etc and if u don't want kids anymore I would offer u an in office tubal takes 5 min. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor online
- Late period and tri sprintec
- Tri sprintec estrogen levels
- Tri sprintec breast growth
- Trinessa tri sprintec
- How effective is tri sprintec?
- Tri sprintec skipping period
- Tri sprintec as emergency contraceptive
- Tri previfem vs tri sprintec
- Tri sprintec depression