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Advise on the proper use of OVRAL-G and its effects

my marriage on 27th may 2013. one of my frind how presently study of doctor , she suggest me to take ovral g. and said me to start from 5th day of my cycle. when i surch on web, some where i find ovral g course of 20 tablet some where course of 21 tablet. so what is correct? how to use? once i finish after how many days i get my period? from which day i have to start my next cycle?
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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May 2013
Thanks for the query.
Ovral G is combined oral contraceptive pills.
It contains 21 pills in one pack.
You have to start from the first day of the cycle. After 3 weeks the pack will over. Then you have to take one week gap. Usually in that week you will get periods.
Irrespective of the periods you have to start the new pack after that week gap.
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Answered: Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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