Buy Millinette Contraceptive Pill Online in the UK
The combined oral contraceptive pill millinette is 99% effective at preventing conception. The tablets contain ethinylestradiol, a synthetic form of oestrogen, and progesterone (gestodene).
Millinette is taken once every day continuously by women as a form of contraception.
Millinette is available in two different oestrogen doses:
- Millinette 20mcg / 75mcg - Low-dose oestrogen (20 micrograms), making it suited for women who want to lower their risk of experiencing side effects.
- Millinette 30mcg / 75mcg - Which contains the recommended amount of oestrogen (30 micrograms oestrogen)
Some women are given Millinette to help treat their irregular, painful, and heavy periods by making their cycles lighter, less painful, and more regular.
21 pills make up a Millinette pill strip. Every pill has a marking indicating the day of the week it should be taken.
For 21 days, take one pill per day, preferably at the same time each day.
Take each tablet whole and with water.
Take a 7-day break from taking Millinette after finishing a strip of 21 tablets (you should experience a withdrawal bleed during this time like your monthly cycle period)
After the seven-day interval, begin your next strip of 21 tablets right away.
During the 7-day pill break, you will still be protected against getting pregnant (as long as you take the pills as instructed)
Millinette side effects
Some of the side effects of millinette include the ones listed below. Even though these are possible side effects it does not guarantee that everyone using the contraceptive pill will experience it or any other side effect. People are affected by medications in various ways.
Common side effects include:
- Feeling sick.
- Lighter periods or sometimes stopping periods.
- Mood changes. However, there's no evidence that the pill causes depression.
- Abdominal pain.
- Breast pain or tenderness.
- Slight bleeding or spotting between periods in the first few months.
Other possible side effects include:
- Fluid retention
- Change in sex drive
- Increased risk of getting a blood clot in a vein, such as a deep vein thrombosis (clot in the leg) or pulmonary embolism (clot in the lungs).
- Rise in blood pressure
- Increased risk of getting a blood clot in an artery, which could cause a stroke or a heart attack
- Skin reactions