Trigestrel Work Same As Triphasil

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gabie Says:
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I ws using triphasil bt when I go to the clinic they ddnt hv it they give me trigestrel, is it the same as triphasil cos nw I hv abdominal pain and I hv discharg not a smelly one bt normal my problem I never hv discharg before it started when I use trigestrel

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landi Says:
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I also would like to now is this the same pill as my periods is gone. Will this indeed effect my pumples on my skin again.

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Kevin Says:

Hello Gabie,

According to the NIH these pills are the same in their composition and their uses so yes the pill is the same. Both pills are contraceptives and if you are experiencing abdominal pain and discharge you may have a separate issue that you need to discuss with your primary care doctor. It is worth noting that these two brands are commonly interchanged as they have the same composition and that unless they gave you something else by accident you should have no need for concern.

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