TRI-SPRINTEC: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Ovarian Cysts “I just started taking this Tri-Sprintec about a week ago, and my mood swings aren’t very good. But I was diagnosed with PCOS when I was 20years old and now am 24. I was on some other bc pills which I don’t even remember the name and it wasn’t doing anything..I wouldn’t have my period for like 3 months straight, all the stubborn facial hair and everything was still the same. I hope this Tri-Sprintec helps me.. I don’t even know what to do with my self lol, I’ve seen soo many good reviews about it and specifically asked my Dr for it, so I’m hoping by the time am done with this first pack, I should see a difference.”

Pearl March 12, 2018

For Endometriosis “This drug is so SO horrible. I have unbearable endometriosis with extreme pain every single day and was prescribed this to help. I’m surprised at all the positive reviews on here because this pill has literally made me feel like I’m dying. EXTREME nausea constantly every single day to the point where I couldn’t get rid of it and had to go to the hospital for anti-nausea meds. Im also crying at literally everything and my mood is all over the place. If you try this birth control and start to experience these side effects, waiting it out is honestly NOT worth it, at least for me. I have been so miserable and finally decided to call it quits. So excited to start feeling normal again and explore other options for my Endo.”

A (taken for 1 to 6 months) March 11, 2018

For Birth Control “I’ve been on Tri-Sprintec for over 2 years, great birth control if you take it on time everyday and not misuse it!”

Becca (taken for 1 to 2 years) March 5, 2018

For Endometriosis “So, I have been taking Tri Sprintec the last 8 years & have had little complaints. Yes, I gained a few pounds when I started it, but most BC pills, you will gain weight from. However, it was a few pounds compared to Yaz, which I gained 20 lbs on. I also had the worst mood swings of my life on Yaz. So my gynecologist switched me to Tri Sprintec about 8 years ago, and I have had very few issues on this pill. My periods are shorter & I noticed my skin is clearer & I am less moody on it. Also, it has helped tremendously with my endometriosis. I still get cramping before and after my period, but it is tolerable, compared to when I took Yaz. I recommend Tri Sprintec for shorter periods, less cramping, and better skin! Again, every woman’s body will react differently, but I have had a pretty good reaction to Tri Sprintec and I have been on it for almost a decade now!”

Kristen 90 February 12, 2018

For Birth Control “This is the first and only birth control pill I have ever been on. I have been on it for 4 years. I have no issues with it. The first three months I had the usual side effects while my body became accustomed to it. Now I am fine. My periods are the same flow but shorter. I used to be 7 days now I am 5. I always know when I get my period. 4 days into the white pill I get it. Once in a while I get sore breasts but other then that no real side effects. I get some cramps before and during my period. I like that it’s only 9 dollars in Walmart without insurance. I don’t have any mood swings or any other crazy side effects. Overall I do recommend for people who wanna be on birth control with periods. Makes you feel normal. It has worked flawlessly for me and I have a lot of sex with my boyfriend. I take it regularly although I’ve had days I forgot to take a pill so when I remembered I took it. Overall I would recommend.”

Blonde blue eyes (taken for 2 to 5 years) January 27, 2018

For Birth Control “This is the worst medication I have ever taken. I have bled for 3 months straight, have been nauseous EVERY SINGLE DAY, have had the worst mood swings that it almost split up my and my fiancé, and to beat it all I haven’t had a sex drive because I can’t have sex because Of bleeding for 3 months!!! Literally have went through about 5 boxes of tampons (the big kind too). Don’t try it. It’s not worth the complete hell.”

Kat Cop January 21, 2018

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