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The water in my sink sometimes takes FOREVER to drain. I had taken my contacts out, went to put my case in my medicine cabinet when my open pack of pills fell into the soapy water.

I'm on Triphasil and had just taken the last of my brown pills today. Half of the yellow pills and half of the white ones are spoiled and mushy.

When I start a new pack, will it hurt me to start at the beginning again, or should I start where I left off?

I'm feeling pretty stupid right now [Razz]


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As long as you have a new pack now, I'd recommend you start where you left off, you may also be able to call up your doctor or pharmacist and explain the situation, so you can get your prescription filled early to get your next pack/packs if need be. [Smile]

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