Sprintec Started Period Early

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dani Says:


I missed monday and tuesday on week 2 of my sprintec, I have missed before and continued with no complications but I started bleeding heavily today I think due to missing the two pills. Should I continue taking them?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Dani! How are you?

Yes, you should continue them, unless your doctor instructs you otherwise. But it can happen due to missing tablets and you should find some way to remind yourself to take them in the future, to prevent the problems associated with missing them, including possible pregnancy.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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