Lo Loestrin Blue Pills

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Genesis Says:
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This is my first time ever using birth control and I accidentally took the Saturday blue pill instead of the Sunday blue pill on the same line is this a problem what should I do? Are the hormones levels in all the blue pills the same?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Genesis! How are you?

Yes, those are all the same, so it actually doesn't matter what day you take which tablet. :-) There's nothing to worry about.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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kreeves Says:
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What if I accidentally took two blue pills by mistake?

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kreeves Says:
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What happens if I accidentally take two blue pills? Do I keep going or skip the next day?

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