On a recent trip, I left my backpack which contained my birth control pills in the car for several hours. It was quite hot in the car (mid-summer in Florida), and even though the pills were inside of the bag, I think I need to toss the pack and start a new one. My question is - I have taken Sunday-Wednesday's pills (first week), so how should I resume taking the pills? My prescription is Quasense, and I have been taking it for over a year. The pack information says that the pills should be kept at room temperature, but doesn't comment on decreased effectiveness with increased temperature - basically, I don't want to take too much because I have taken two at a time before because of a missed pill, and this gives me a very bad headache.
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