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beautifulS0LE
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I usually take my pill at 9:30p on the dot, today I took it at 11:40p. I'm really stressed, do I have anything to worry about?
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Nope. You have nothing to worry about. You have a three hour window each way for your 'ideal' time that you should try to stick to, and you were within that window, so you're fine. And even if you cannot manage to stick to that time - you don't really have anything to worry until you're 12 hours late, and then only if it happens more than once.

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