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Sprintec Coupon - Sprintec 28 tablets of 0.25mg/0.035mg package
Ortho-CyclenMono-Linyah, Previfem, Estarylla, Norgestimate / Ethinyl Estradiol, Femynor, Mononessa, Sprintec, Mili
ETHINYL ESTRADIOL; NORGESTIMATE is an oral contraceptive. The products combine two types of female hormones, an estrogen and a progestin. They are used to prevent ovulation and pregnancy. Some products are also used to treat acne in females. The lowest GoodRx price for the most common version of sprintec is around $9.00, 60% off the average retail price of $22.71. Compare estrogen / progestin combinations.
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Sprintec Coupon - Sprintec 28 tablets of 0.25mg/0.035mg package
sprintec(generic)
package
28 tablets of 0.25mg/0.035mg
1 package
Savings Alert: In some states, pharmacists can prescribe birth control - no need to visit the doctor. Learn More

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Update: Oregon Pharmacists Can Now Prescribe Birth Control

Roni Shye
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In 2015, the governor of Oregon signed a bill (HB 2879) that would allow anyone 18 years of age and older to receive birth control from a pharmacist without a doctor’s prescription.

Now, as of January 1, 2016, Oregon pharmacists can officially prescribe and dispense birth control.

Oregon is the first state to pass such a bill—one that may pave the way for easier access to contraceptives.

The only other state that has passed a law to allow pharmacists to prescribe birth control is California (SB 493), though it won’t go into effect until March 2016. See More

Birth Control Will Be Available Without a Prescription in Oregon and California

Roni Shye
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This week the governor of Oregon signed a bill that will allow women 18 and older to receive birth control at their local pharmacy without needing prescription from a doctor.

Effective January 1, 2016, Oregon pharmacists will be able to prescribe and dispense oral (pills) and topical (patches) birth control to patients 18 years of age and older.

Oregon, along with California, is among the first states to pass such a bill, and they may pave the way for easier access to pregnancy preventing contraceptives across the country. See More

Recall of Estarylla

Elizabeth Davis
Elizabeth Davis -

Sandoz, the manufacturer of Estarylla (norgestimate and ethinyl estradiol) contraceptive tablets has issued a voluntary recall of one lot of the tablets.

A customer reported a placebo pill out of place in the active tablet area of the Estarylla monthly pack. While the risk of pregnancy or other adverse health effects is low, the recall is being conducted as a precaution.

You can tell if your package may be part of the recalled lot, LF01213A, if it has an NDC number 00781-4058-15 and expiration date of 02/2014. See More

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