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Once a period starts, it can be a little difficult to stop it. However, you can probably do so by doubling, tripling, or even quadrupling your pills.
I would take 2 pills now, then another one later today, then 2 tomorrow morning. Hopefully that will stop your period, and then you can continue just 1 pill daily until it's OK for your period to start.
I would take the pills at the start of your pack. There are small differences in the different pills in your tri-phasic pack, but the differences aren't that much to matter. Best wishes.
I would take the second dose about 12 hours after the first.
I don't think it will either help or hurt to take iburofen or use tampons.
You are still protected against pregnancy.
Sorry for the delay. I'm getting used to the new format on this site.
You can use your pills to skip periods. Some pills work better for this than others, but usually it's just a matter of trying any pill to see how well it works for you.
Sometimes when trying to skip periods, some breakthrough bleeding might occur after a while. But it may work very well, with your pills or any other.
Yes, start with the beginning white pills.