How To Start Diane Contraceptive Again With A New Pack Of Pills

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beck Says:
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Hi, I've been taking Diane for 2 years. I'm sure there are days I forgot to take a pill, and I'm sure I had miscalculated the 1st day I started the previous pack. Can I start taking the pill on the next 1st day of my menstruation, and not following the 7 days count?



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Verwon Says:

No, you will still need to follow to 7 day count, otherwise there will be a risk of pregnancy, according to the NIH. Other side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, irregular bleeding, and PMS-like symptoms.

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Maquan Says:
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I need help, i dnt knw if i should start with red pills or white en am on my periods?

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