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Using trigestrel for first time, pack with 4 different pills. Function of different pills?

Hi, I recently started using trigestrel and im aq first time user. There a 4 diffirent colours of pills. 7 red non active pills folowed by 6 brown pills 5 white pils and 10 yelow pils. What does that mean, do you ovulate in a certain colour or how does is work??????? I can choose from 3 diffirent pils trigestrel, nordette and mircoval...which one is the best option??
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
The trigestral pills have 2 types active & non active pills .Active pills have 3 different colors having different composition of oestrogen & progesteron hormone to match the normal menstrual pattern.
Have a hormone composition very similar to the physiologic levels of the during menstruation. The red non active pills is a placebo or reminder pills. This will complete your monthly cycle so that you may not missed it or forgot to take it.
You can choose any brand all have same action.
Answered: Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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