Taking Week 3 Of Sprintec For Two Weeks

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Ella Says:
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I regularly skip over my period by taking Day 1 of Week 1 when I would normally start my white pills; however, I forgot to pick up my upcoming month's prescription before travelling abroad. I have left over packs from several months ago when I was not consistent. These leftover packs only have week 2 or week 3 left in them. I have 9 days left until my white pills start. If I take the beginning of week 3 from my leftover (day 15) on the day I was supposed to take day 1 of of the new month can I still stop my period? Will the birth control still prevent pregnancy?



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