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Ivannahumpalott
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Is it better to take the birth control pill at a certain time? Will it work better if you take it in the morning or in the evening?

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Dzuunmod
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No, it's fine whenever you take it, as long as it's at the same time everyday. You should pick a time with that in mind. Like, don't take it the first time at 3am, unless you're awake, every single night at 3am.

Or don't take it at 5pm if you're coming home from work or something every single day at 5pm, and so you won't have access to water...

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