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pwk23
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Uh, this is sort of a strange situation...I took my pill at the normal time, washed it down with water. A couple of minutes later I burped and it came flying back up and out of my mouth mushy and half-dissolved. I swallowed it again and made sure it went down all the way, but...should it still be effective?

I've been on the pill for about 5 months now, so I'm not too worried about it affecting my cycle and whatnot, but I'm just curious.

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wobblyheadedjane
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If you're consistently taking your pill at a regular time, this one little hiccup (so to speak) shouldn't affect the effectiveness of your pill very much.

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