Lo Loestrin Fe Missed Blue Pill

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ck Says:
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lo loestrin fe missed 1 blue pill and took the next blue pill at night when I usually take them in the morn. What do I do now?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Ck! How are you?

You should take your next dose at the regular time. You generally have a window of about 24 hours, before it's actually considered a missed pill, so you should be fine to just continue as normal, unless your doctor specifics otherwise.

The FDA lists typical side effects of oral contraceptives as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability, breakthrough bleeding and PMS like symptoms.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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mab Says:
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I missed one blue pill once in my last two packs. Both times I doubled up on the pill to catch up as per the instruction sheet. Is it a problem that this has happened two packs in a row?

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