Switch From Exluton To Daphne

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Divina Says:

i am currently using exluton pills and i want to switch to daphne because i get pimples from and gained weight from exluton. i want to ask if i should just start using daphne even if i have not finished my pack of exluton or should i finish it all first before starting daphne or finish my pack of exluton and wait for my period before starting daphne. please help...... asap

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drashe Says:

hi divina,

before shifting into another brand of pills, you need to consult your ob first.

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Verwon Says:

To do a smooth transition and keep yourself protected from pregnancy, finish one pack and then start the new one on the first day of your menstrual cycle.

Learn more oral contraceptive details here.

But yes, you should definitely double check with your doctor to make sure it is safe for you to switch.

Are there any other questions or comments?

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mei Says:

@VERWON : IM USING LOGYNON And i want to switch to lady pill..am i going to take the 1st pill of lady aftr i finish my logynon? or should i wait til my peroid come before starting to take the lady pill? pls dont ignore

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Allie Says:
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I want to ask i loss all of my progesterone-only pill exluton, i can replace my pill to althea

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