Our expert says:
The following link will provide you with a lot of information specifically related to Triphasil -
http://home.intekom.com/pharm/akromed/triphasl.html. It is always helpful to contact your medical doctor directly – or even you pharmacists as they are usually well qualified in the specific medications. In the literature you will also see that transient spotting or breakthrough bleeding can occur, and the patient is instructed to continue the regimen since such bleeding is usually without significance. It the bleeding is persistent or prolonged, the patient is advised to consult her doctor.
If you have taken your tablet according to the prescription you should not have anything to worry about. The using of more than one birth control method also ensures more accuracy preventing pregnancy and provides the extra protection. Do not hesitate to contact your health professional for assistance and peace of mind.
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