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When taking birth control pills what counts as the "same time" everyday ?

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Dr. Margaret Umah
11 years experience in Family Medicine
Two types of pills: Within an hour for Progesterone mini pills, within a couple of hours for combination pills.
Answered on Oct 4, 2016
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