I ordered some birth control pills online a couple of weeks ago. I just received them in the mail today. I opened the package which contains 21 pills in each small pack. These are supposed to be 0.15 levonorgestrel and 0.03 ethinyloestradiol pills. Most birth control pills have a number on the pill telling the strength but when I checked the pills there was no number. The package says Oral-L. So my question is are these pills fake? I've taken other kinds of birth control pills and they all have a number stamped on them but these pills have nothing.
Did you use a reputable online company where you sent them a Dr's prescription and they filled it and mailed it to you or was it an online "drugstore" that sends "prescription drugs without a prescription" If it was one of the latter, where you received a prescription drug without a prescription then there is no telling what you got. It could be foreign made or it could be counterfeit. I certainly wouldnt want to rely on my birth control from such a place. If it was a regular "mail in" pharmacy in which you mailed them a legitimate Drs prescription and paid for it and they mailed it back, then it should be okay especially if it went through your insurance coverage too. Are you sure it was "oral L" or was it "Ovral -L"? You should NEVER buy pills like this off the internet without a prescription and without being under a Drs supervision. One thing, you dont know what strength to order and they can be dangerous for some women. Even if you have taken "the Pill" before, you should never, ever do so without being under a Drs care.
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