With Trinessa, the pills are packaged in a circular formation. Starting from the right, you go clockwise as the pills get progressively darker. Mistakenly, I took a darker blue pill instead of my last light blue one. Should I continue with the dark blue tomorrow and just skip the light blue?
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What does the printed insert that comes with your pills say to do?
If it doesn't say anything about this, what did your pharmacist suggest when you called and asked? If you haven't, that's the right person to call, as they have a database they can access with all the specifics of any prescription they fill.
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