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boo Says:


I was on Tri Sprintec for ever! My doctor gave me Tri Nessa last month and today when i went to pick up my script it is Norgestimate Eth Estradiol Tab. Ive head this one makes girls gain weight more and breaks out their skin more. I called my doctor and the nurses said they are all the same just different names. it makes me nervous they are switching me and not being constant should i try this new one ? or make sure i get tri nessa back?!!?



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Jenna Says:

Hello,

I've personally been through the same situation you have. I was on Seasonique for years and then the doctor switched me to a generic brand because my insurance would no longer cover "non generic" brands. Since then I had horrible breakouts and started experiencing a lot of anxiety/migraines. Those symptoms didn't occur overnight and you may not even have issues with the different birth control, but you know what works for your body so don't let them try to steer you in a direction you aren't comfortable with. I would try to get back on Tri Sprintec if you know it works for you. However, I would just take what they have given you until you can make the switch so that your body doesn't get out of whack.

I hope this helps!


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