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Tri-Lo-Sprintec

Tri-Lo-Sprintec is a daily oral birth control pill. This brand of birth control pills comes in four one-week packs, meaning the birth control dosage changes each week. The goal of this pill is to balance or regulate your reproductive system to prevent pregnancy through balanced hormones. You can find Tri-Lo-Sprintec, and more than 100 other brands of birth control, through our service, which provides affordable and accessible birth control online. Our team at Nurx can prescribe Tri-Lo-Sprintec for as low as $0 with insurance or as little as $15 without insurance.

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FAQ

  • How Does Tri-Lo-Sprintec Work?

    Tri-Lo-Sprintec is an effective form of birth control because it uses two hormones, a progestin and an estrogen, to prevent pregnancy. This daily pill creates a thick cervical mucus to block sperm, prevents ovulation, and creates a thin uterine wall to prevent any fertilized eggs from attaching. Tri-Lo-Sprintec is most effective when it is taken at the same time every day so the body gets used to the hormones and there are no gaps in treatment.

  • Is Tri-Lo-Sprintec Easy to Buy?

    Women who have a prescription from their doctor should easily be able to find Tri-Lo-Sprintec. This pill is affordable, if not free, with most forms of health insurance and can be found in most pharmacies. Some women may prefer ordering Tri-Lo-Sprintec in three packs, covering their birth control needs for 90 days instead of ordering it monthly. If you need to use Tri-Lo-Sprintec for your birth control but lack health insurance, We may be able to help. We provide birth control for women across the country who need it delivered.

  • What Precautions Should I Be Aware of Before Taking Tri-Lo-Sprintec?

    Always consult your doctor before taking Tri-Lo-Sprintec. They may recommend a different pill based on your needs and lifestyle choices. Alert your doctor to any medical conditions or allergies you have before taking this pill, as Tri-Lo-Sprintec may worsen them.

  • What Are Some Known Side Effects of Tri-Lo-Sprintec?

    Every pill affects patients differently, and Tri-Lo-Sprintec is no exception. A few common side effects include vomiting, nausea, swelling of the ankles, breast sensitivity, and changes in weight. There are a few serious side effects that you should look out for. These include changes in mood or severe depression symptoms, sudden heavy bleeding, pain in your abdominal area, unusual headaches, dizziness, high blood pressure, and trouble breathing. Seek emergency medical help immediately if these symptoms arise.

  • Does Tri-Lo-Sprintec Help Acne?

    Tri-Lo-Sprintec affects each patient differently. While some patients may experience clearer skin as a result of taking this pill, others may notice worsening acne symptoms and more breakouts than before. Tri-Lo-Sprintec is not approved to treat acne, so do not expect this pill to cure your acne symptoms.

  • Does Tri-Lo-Sprintec Have Sugar Pills?

    A packet of Tri-Lo-Sprintec comes with 28 pills: seven gray, seven light blue, seven dark blue, and seven white. These last seven white pills are inactive “reminder pills,” that do not contain any hormones. Your doctor may refer to them as “placebo pills,” or “sugar pills,” because they serve to remind you to take your birth control every day instead of falling out of the habit. Taking Tri-Lo-Sprintec every day at the same time is the best way to make sure the medication is effective.

  • Important Information

    Tri-Lo-Sprintec may interact with other medication that you take. Tell your doctor about other medications before you start Tri-Lo-Sprintec or if your doctor wants to change your medication. With the wrong combination, your medications could cancel each other out, increasing your chances of getting pregnant while worsening your other health conditions. Tri-Lo-Sprintec is also less effective if you have repeated nausea and diarrhea as a result of the medication. Use backup birth control if this is the case. Tri-Lo-Sprintec is not meant for women who are already pregnant. Stop taking this pill if you become pregnant.

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