Lo Loestrin Fe Colors Are Different

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krystal Says:
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I just started lo loestrin fe and my first pack i got had 24 brown pills and 1 blue pills and 1 white pill. I just finish that pack and now im on the second pack and its different its almost all blue. Does anybody know whats going on.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Krystal!

Are you sure they are exactly the same? I know one of these was recently discontinued and replaced with a generic that has the same dosage of the same ingredients.

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