Thank you so much! I'm sorry for not responding quicker, had a busy last couple of days. It seems to have stopped today (blood increased gradually so more than what I originally posted a few days ago). I went ahead and called my doctor about it and they said the same thing. Anyway, I also wanted to ask. I keep my birth control pills in an insulated lunch box with an ice pack when I go to work, just to keep the temp consistent. On Thursday, I accidentally put the lunch box on the floor of my car which was running on low heat. I did not realize I had it set to have the heat blowing onto the floor. It was there about 30 minutes. When I realized it and went to grab it, the lunch box was warm to the touch, not hot, and the inside of the lunch box was a little warm. The ice pack was still cool, and my pills were room temperature to the touch. Did that short period of time possibly harm them?