My pharmacy has switched me from trinessa to tri sprintec, I suppose they just don't carry it anymore. However, they've given me little information other than a small typed note saying this was my birth control, even if it looks different. I called to ask if I should change anything and the pharmacist said no, but it doesn't seem right. Should I be using a back up method of birth control for the first week? First month? Not at all? I wasn't given any warning and I had little time to call the pharmacy let alone see my doctor.
Nope, it is basically the same exact thing, just different manufacturer. If you are starting the pack on time, you are still protected and dont need to do anything different. Just go from the old pack to the new one the same as always.
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