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Incorrect usage of contraceptive pill, not getting periods. Taking Vova. Treatment?

hi im pawan rekha living in married havinf one baby3yrs old .im was taking contraceptive pills by the brand name vova.this pack have a speciall direction to use the daily pill(28)pills per day each.but mistakenly from week i took it in opposit im taking last seven brown tab but still i dont get my periods now what will i do?
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
The all 21 pills of the pack is of same concentration of hormone?
No details of vova brand pills available on internet.
If not specifically mention on pack about different concentration of each tablet we should considered it as it has same concentration.
If you take it on reverse direction the same tablet go in your body.the direction is for reminder purpose nothing to worry.
The last brown color pills is of iron pills or placebo pills.
I think by completing all brown pill you will get your period.
Thanks again.
Answered: Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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