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Just wanted to make sure what I did was right, I wanted to change my pill time and so I waited until my new pack to do so. Usually, I take it from 615-645 in the morning, with a little leeway on that time, never earlier than 6 or later than 7 in the morning. This new pack, I decided to set my pill time squarely on 7 am, and so on the first day I took it at 7 in the morning. Its not three hours past my previous time, so it should be fine right?
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Yes, that's totally fine! I'd not even say that you switched your pill time at all, since you're so close to your previous pill time that it doesn't make a difference.

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