I Took The Wrong Pill

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Mary Says:

I took the the first pill from the third week instead of taking the last pill from the second week. I just realize it and I took the pill I was had to take now I have no pill to take tomorrow until Tuesday. Is this safe what I did, do I need a back up plan?

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Verwon Says:

HI, Mary!

Unfortunately, I am not sure if you are on a fixed dose pill or one of the ones with the varying doses.

If it's a fixed dose, then it doesn't matter when you take which pill, except for the inactive ones for your menstruation week. It only matters if the doses vary each week, as is done with some of them.

Can you check your packaging?

It should list the dosing details on it and let you know if they all have the same dosage or not. If they do, then you're fine just continue taking a tablet each day as usual and don't miss any.

But if the dosage varies then you should probably use some other form of protection until you've taken them again for 7 days, in the correct order uninterrupted.

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Bella Says:
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Okay I was out with my friends and I was suppose to take the last pill of week 3(Saturday) ,but instead on an accident I took the first pill of week 4(Sunday) .&I have no pill to take until tomorrow which is monday. Am I in trouble ?

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