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Strutus
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When taking the pill, can alcohol be used as a form of fluid to take with it? I forgot to take the pill and when i realized, i only had a bottle of lite beer, i used that to take it.
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ErinK
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You can use any form of fluids to take the pill, or just swallow them without any fluids.

How late were you in taking your pill? If you can give us more information, we can help you assess your risk for this pack of pills.

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Strutus
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I usually take them in the evenings, around 6pm, but sometimes i am offtrack by 6 hours. I just figure that once its in the evenings, no matter what time, i thought i would be ok.
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