I am on my first week of pills and for some reason i am missing my saturday pill (today) and this is my last pack until my next dr appointment. I've got a leftover pack with pills left from other times when i used them to "fill in" when i needed them. However, none are the white pills like i need. Should i take my sunday pill (tomorrow) today and then take an additional sunday pill for tomorrow? I was thinking that would be better than not taking any pill at all, but i don't want it to screw up my whole cycle. Any ideas?
Are the white pills the active (there are 21 active pills) or inactive (there are 7 inactives). If it is an inactive, forget it, you don't need to take them anyway. If it is an active, I would just take one active pill every day (forget the day labels) and tell your doctor when you go to get your next script for additional instructions.
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