Got My Sprintec Medication On The Day I Started My Period

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Kim Says:
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So I started my period today (tuesday) and was prescribed sprintec today as well. I'm a bit confused because am I suppose to wait and take the pill this upcoming sunday, or do I start today? If I do take it today should I start with the blue or white pill in the tuesday or sunday section?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Kim! How are you?

You should start the first day of your period, with the active tablets, not the period week tablets and just start with the first one in the pack.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Debra Says:

I also have been prescribed the pill. I was told to start on a Sunday., no matter when my period started. It happened to start on a sunday. So I started taking the pill. I am still having my period. Is this normal?

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