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PostPosted: Sun Sep 19, 2010 5:30 pm 
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Help! Yep Queenie again. Who else.
Does anyone keep thier subs in a pill box I have to put my meds in a pillbox that's long and has the days of the week a.m & p.m. I am on blood thinners and other meds for my medical problems and I have to keep them in order. But my subs seem to look smaller and there is orange substance around the area where I put. Am I not getting the full effect?OMG!!! Anyone, please, help!!!Almost time for my 2nd dose & feel crappy. Hmmmm????


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That's just the dust or powder from the pills. It would do the same thing if it were kept in the original prescription bottle. It's not losing any of efficacy. Don't fret.

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I wouldnt worry. My script bottles always have a little dust in them when it gets empty!

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