Lo Loestrin White Missed

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Kasey Says:
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I was supposed to take my second white pill but I didn't see it in the pack so I went on to the brown but noticed the next day I had skipped the white so I took it then. Am I protected?



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David Says:

Hi Kasey,

According to the manufacturer, if you miss a pill you should take it as soon as you remember to. The manufacturer also goes on to note that loestrin may not be as effective if you miss any of the blue or white pills. So even though you may still be somewhat protected during this time, that is something to take into consideration if you plan on being intimately active.

More specific details pertaining to those situations where you miss a pill, can be found by visiting the manufacturer's FAQ page on loestrin, at:

loloestrin.com/loloestrin/lo-loestrin-faqs.html

I hope this helps!

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Lg Says:
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If I’m trying to keep the hormone levels stable so I don’t get migraines, do I keep taking all blue pills and skip the white and brown? Does anyone know?

* I’m on lo loestrin fe

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