I am taking Harmonet birth control pills. A blister contains 21 white pills which all look the same (and the leaflet says ‘each tablet contains this much estrogen and this much progestin’). Does this mean all the pills in the blister are actually the same (i.e. contain the same amount of hormones in all the pills), in other words these pills are monophasic? I am asking because the blister doesn’t say which pill is the first pill to start taking them with (which gots me very confused) but if they are all the same this doesn’t matter of course.
Also people say that pills in a blister which look the same (are the same color) are actually the same for all brands of birth control. Is this true? So if you have a blister with 21 pills which all look exactly the same they are actually the same so the order in which you take them doesn’t matter (i.e. the pill is monophasic).
I am asking about this stuff because I see that a lot of people online are confused about it and the leaflet included in my package of birth control pills is also not clear about these questions.
Thanks a lot!