Missed Yesterdays Pill

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Kay Says:

I just realized i miss my daily dose of angeliqu yesterday! I took my dose this morning. Should i tKe yesterdays today too?

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Cats68 Says:
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Hi Kay! Just continue on taking them every day. Some people double up and some don't. It wouldn't hurt if u decided 2 double up. But usually if u miss a dose of pills, you would just take it as soon as u remember, unless your close 2 the time. 4 your next dose.

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David Says:


I realize Cats68 already responded, but if you need any additional clarification, I did come across some facts from the manufacturer that may help. According to the manufacturer's webpage, if you miss a dose of Angeliq (Drospirenone + Estradiol), they recommend taking it as soon as possible.

However, they also go on to state that, "if more than 24 hours have gone by since your missed dose, then you should avoid taking the missed dose altogether".

Ref: angeliq-us.com/webapp/patients/frequently-asked-questions/index.jsp

How long have you been on angeliqu for?

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