Buy Norinyl-1 Contraceptive Pills Online in the UK
Norinyl-1, also known as "the Pill" is in the medication category of combination oral contraceptives.
It contains female hormones that stop ovulation (the release of an egg from an ovary). Furthermore, the uterine lining and cervical mucus are altered by this medicine, making it more difficult for sperm to enter the uterus and for fertilised eggs to adhere to the uterus.
Norethisterone, a progestogen hormone, and mestranol, an oestrogen hormone, are both present in norinyl-1. Together, these two hormones work to prevent conception.
In addition to preventing conception, birth control tablets may improve acne, reduce blood loss during periods, lessen uncomfortable cramping, lower your risk of ovarian cysts, and make periods more regular. The use of this drug does not offer protection from STDs for either you or your partner (such as HIV, gonorrhoea, or chlamydia).
Please follow your doctor's or pharmacist's instructions when taking this medication. If you're unsure, ask a doctor or pharmacist.
You can take norinyl-1 with or without food.
Starting the first blister strip:
- On the first day that you bleed, take the first tablet. The first day of your period is today. Ask your doctor or clinic when you should start taking your pills if you are not getting periods.
- Pick the tablet that has the correct day of the week written on it.
- As long as you take a tablet each day, you will be immediately protected.
- You can take the tablet whenever it's convenient for you, but you must do so at roughly the same time each day.
- Take a pill each day until a blister strip is gone. If the first day of your menstruation is not possible, you may begin taking the tablet any day up until the fifth day. During the first seven days after doing this, you might not be protected, therefore you should use a condom or another form of contraception instead.
- Once you have taken all 21 tablets, stop for seven days before beginning the following blister strip. Most likely, you will bleed for part or all of these seven days.
- Next, begin the subsequent blister strip. Regardless of whether you are bleeding, do this. The same day of the week will always mark the beginning of the following blister strip. If you start taking the next blister strip on schedule, you will be covered for the whole seven-day break. The worst pill to forget or take late is the first one in your blister strip.
This medication may have side effects, however, not everyone experiences them.
If you develop any of the following signs of an allergic reaction after taking this medication, contact your doctor or dial 911 right away. Although they are uncommon, the symptoms can be very severe, and you might need to receive immediate medical care.
- Sudden wheeziness, difficulty in breathing, chest pain, fever, sudden swellings, rash or itching (especially affecting the whole body).
Stop taking Norinyl-1 and contact your doctor straight away if you notice any of the
following serious side effects. These may be signs of a blood clot.
- you are coughing up blood
- you have swelling or tenderness in your stomach
- you have migraines which get worse, especially if your sight is affected, you see flashing lights, your limbs feel weak, you lose the sensation or feel a different sensation in your limbs, or you have a fit
- you have sudden and unusual severe headaches
- you have painful or inflamed veins in your legs
- you have a sudden sharp or severe pain in the chest
- you suddenly become short of breath or find breathing is painful
- you develop a problem with your sight or speech
- you have a first attack of migraine (a bad headache with sickness)
- you experience dizziness or faint
Other side effects Norinyl-1 may cause are:
- feeling sick
- high blood pressure
- swollen or sore breasts
- irregular vaginal bleeding
- stomach upset
- weight gain
- changes in appetite
- changes in the way your body breaks down sugars, fats or vitamins
- change in sex drive
- worsening of womb disorders