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May 21
00:31
I’m gonna be starting a higher dose of birth control pills next month (on my third month of the one I’m on rn). I’m about to be on my break week in 3 days. When I start the new dose, will I still be protected the first day I take it? 💊💊💤💤💤💤💤💤💤💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊 Brand: Junel Fe 1/20
 
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May 21
00:33
I’ve taken all my pills on time and haven’t missed any of them.
 
May 21
00:37
Take it the first day of your period so don’t take a break week or placebo then you should be protected
 
May 21
00:38
If you look at your pamphlet there should be a section about starting the pill and there should be a part about swapping pill
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May 21
00:41
You can also swap straight away without finishing your current pack
 
May 21
00:42
You’re pamphlet will tell you this. And there is no way to know what will happen with your breakthrough bleeding, although since you’ll be adjusting to a new dosage, it’s likely you will experience some side effects which could be more breakthrough bleeding.
 
May 21
00:48
If I wait and finish my placebo pill week, and then start my new ones, will I be at risk of getting pregnant?
 
May 21
01:06
Depends on the pill you’re on. That’s why you have to read our pamphlet If you’re switching from combo to combo then if I’m correct, you will stay protected if you take the first pill of your new pack after your breakweek. But you’re pamphlet is the best source of information for this
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May 21
01:11
I’m going to a higher does of a combination pill
 
May 21
01:13
like said above, please read your pamphlet. we can’t give you to answers to everything.
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May 21
01:14
I don’t have the medication nor the pamphlet yet that’s why I’m asking.
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May 21
01:19
Do you know what the brand is?
 
May 21
01:22
Sprintec, I think it’s 35 mcg if I’m not mistaken.
 
May 21
01:32
You can find your pamphlet online on this app or on google x
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