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poppyseed
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Hi okay so I finished all of my active pills. and started on my placebo pills? is that what it's called? the inactive ones. anyways i missed the 3rd one into the inactive ones but I got my withrawal bleeding today. is that okay?
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Karybu
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You don't need to take the placebo ones - they're just there to help keep you in the habit of taking a pill every day. Some people take them, some people don't; either way is fine as long as you start your next pack of pills on time.

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