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Is Sprintec off the market?

Sprintec has an average rating of 5.8 out of 10 from a total of 987 ratings for the treatment of Birth Control. 41% of reviewers reported a positive effect, while 33% reported a negative effect.

Q. What is the generic name for Sprintec?

Teva’s generic of Ortho Cyclen® Tablets: Sprintec® (norgestimate and ethinyl estradiol tablets, USP)

Q. Is Sprintec a bad birth control?

Sprintec has an average rating of 5.8 out of 10 from a total of 987 ratings for the treatment of Birth Control. 41% of reviewers reported a positive effect, while 33% reported a negative effect.

It is a birth control pill that contains two types of hormones, ethinyl estradiol and norgestimate, and when taken properly, prevents pregnancy. It works by stopping a woman’s egg from fully developing each month. The egg can no longer accept a sperm and fertilization (pregnancy) is prevented.

Q. Is Sprintec a good brand?

Sprintec has an average rating of 5.6 out of 10 from a total of 1,218 ratings on Drugs.com.

Q. Are Sprintec and Estarylla the same?

IS ESTARYLLA THE SAME AS SPRINTEC? Yes, both medications have the same active ingredients (Norgestimate 0.25mg and Ethinyl Estradiol 0.035mg).

Q. Will Sprintec cause weight gain?

Like most modern birth control pills, this medication lacks estrogen levels that are high enough to cause weight gain. Some people may gain 1-4 pounds in the first month of using Sprintec, but those pounds will usually go away quickly because these few potential pounds are usually water weight, not fat.

Is Sprintec low estrogen?

Does Sprintec make you depressed?

The most frequently reported side effects were headache/migraine, nausea/vomiting, gastrointestinal disorder, diarrhea, abdominal/gastrointestinal pain, vaginal infection, genital discharge, breast issues (including breast pain, discharge, and enlargement), dysmenorrhea, metrorrhagia, abnormal withdrawal bleeding, mood …

Q. Is Sprintec a good birth control?

How effective is Sprintec? Similar to other birth control pills, Sprintec is 99% effective when used correctly. Doctors recommend taking Sprintec at the same time everyday to ensure regular delivery of hormones and better protection against pregnancy.

Tri-Lo Sprintec is once again on the market; however, this time it’s just one of the many generics available for Ortho-Tri Cyclen Lo. Teva, Lupin, and Mylan Pharmaceuticals are three of the generic manufacturing companies bringing their versions of Ortho-Tri Cyclen Lo to the market.

Q. Is Sprintec low in estrogen?

Q. What is Sprintec and how does it work?

What is Sprintec? Sprintec is a combination birth control pill containing female hormones that prevent ovulation (the release of an egg from an ovary). Sprintec also causes changes in your cervical mucus and uterine lining, making it harder for sperm to reach the uterus and harder for a fertilized egg to attach to the uterus.

Q. How do I take the active and inactive tablets of Sprintec?

Sprintec has white inactive tablets (Day 22 to Day 28). Take first active tablet without regard to meals on the first day of menses. Take subsequent active tablets once daily at the same time each day for a total of 21 days. Take one white inactive tablet daily for 7 days and at the same time of day that active tablets were taken.

Q. How do I start a Sunday start regimen with Sprintec?

Sprintec may be started using either a Day 1 start or a Sunday start (see Table 1). For the first cycle of a Sunday Start regimen, an additional method of contraception should be used until after the first 7 consecutive days of administration. Important: Consider the possibility of ovulation and conception prior to initiation of this product.

Q. Do I need to use any other methods of contraception with Sprintec?

An additional method of contraception is not needed if Sprintec is started immediately. If Sprintec is not started within 5 days after termination of the pregnancy, the patient should use additional non-hormonal contraception (such as condoms and spermicide) for the first seven days of her first cycle pack of Sprintec.

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