Tri-sprintec - When Can I Expect My Next Period?

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Elizabeth Says:
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I started my first pack of tri-sprintec on 6/22, as per my doctor. Apparently it went against my natural cycle, as my period came as scheduled on 6/26 and lasted until 7/2 (a bit longer than normal). I have continued to take the pills as prescribed and understand that my body needs to adjust to the hormones, but should I expect another period to come when I start the white pills (on 7/13)? I know that ultimately, I will end up there since that is the point, as they are the inactives, I just want to be prepared. Thank you!



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Elizabeth! How are you?

It is normal to experience irregular bleeding for the first 3 months, or so, while your body adjusts to the hormones. The FDA lists other side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and weight changes.

And yes, you will most likely experience another period the week of the inactive pills.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Julz Says:
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Hi. I recently missed 2 or 3 pills in week three of the pack. Per instructions, I took 1 pill every day until Sunday and then started a new pack on Sunday. Will I miss my period for this month since I threw the pack out and started over?

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Rosanna Says:
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I have taken Tri Sprintec everyday on time for the past 3 months. I have not missed any pills. Just finished the white ones on the 3rd of this month and began my new pack and have not had a period this month... All other months my period came on time. Help - please explain! I took a pregnancy test and it said negative!

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