Lo Loestrin Accidental Double Dosage Day2

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Suz Says:
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Hi there. I've been on these for years. I take the pill when I brush my teeth in the morning. I went back to bed yesterday and when I woke up , I accidentally took another pill! So I'm on day 3 but have no blue pill in the package for today to take. Skip it altogether and take blue pill, tomorrow back on schedule? Or do I need to take one blue pillows from end of month and skip it then? I've never accidentally taken 2 in one morning, summer time schedule has me sleeping weird. Thanks!



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Suz! How are you?

Usually, you should just skip one at the end of the month, you'll just start your period week a day early, unless your doctor advises otherwise.

The FDA lists the typical side effects of oral contraceptives as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, spotting and PMS-like symptoms.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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