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  About the Service


There are four simple things you need to do to place an order:

          1) Read all the information below including the Patient Information Leaflet.
          2) Select the medicine you want to try.
          3) Create an account and checkout.
          4) Answer all medical questions during checkout before paying and then a doctor will inform you of his decision.

Please read all the information below (sections 1 to 5) before placing an order, it is very important and you must not skip this step.

Oral Contraception

Oral contraceptives are medications taken by mouth for the purpose of birth control.

Two types of female oral contraceptive pill are widely available:
           * The combined oral contraceptive pill contains oestrogen and a progestogen, and is taken once per day.
           * The progestogen only pill contains only progestogen, and is also taken once per day.

Online consultation for 3 months supply of the pill you already take. No need to run out of your pill when you cannot get to your surgery.

Doctor Consultation

Our online doctors offer an online assessment to see whether you are likely to benefit from treatment.

Delivery options for the medicines your order

We post using Royal Mail Recorded or Special Delivery throughout the UK to your chosen address. If your order is rejected, we will give you a full refund.

Doctor support & Advice

Our doctors will be available for aftercare if you need.

Cost of Medicine

Once you finish reading all the information on this page, you will find the choices of medicine and prices we charge at the bottom of this page under step 5.
 
  About Oral Contraception


Do you Qualify?


Women who are eligible can obtain a 3 month supply of their current contraceptive pill are:
           * Women who have been taking the same contraceptive pill for the last year.
           * Women who have had no problems with their contraceptive pill in the last year.
           * Women who have had a face-to-face check up for their pill in the last year.

How the service works

You provide the doctor with some health information by completing a brief online questionnaire. You then order, register and pay. If you are eligible for treatment the doctor authorises your prescription and your contraception is sent to you by registered post. If the doctor ellects not to authorise your prescription you will be advised straight away and a full refund to your card will be made within a few days.

We can only issue a three-month supply of your current pill. This service does not replace your regular face-to-face contraceptive pill check up.

Cautions

The risks of taking the contraceptive pill varies depending on general health, age and type of pill. For the details please see the patient information leaflet supplied with all pill packs. We do not supply contraception to women in high risk groups

The combined contraceptive pill (pills containing oestrogen and progestegen) increases the risk of thrombosis, arterial disease, migraines, and high blood pressure. There is a small increase in risk of breast and cervical cancer with these pills. This is balanced by small decreased risks of cancer of the ovaries and womb.

 
  About the Medicine

The Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill

The combined oral contraceptive pill is usually just called the pill. It contains synthetic (artificial) versions of the female hormones oestrogen and progesterone, which women produce naturally in their ovaries.

The Pill is usually taken to prevent pregnancy, but it can also be used to treat:
           * painful periods
           * heavy periods
           * premenstrual syndrome
           * endometriosis

How effective is it?
When taken correctly, the pill is over 99% effective at preventing pregnancy. This means that less than 1 woman in every 100 will get pregnant in a year.

How the pill works
The pill prevents the ovaries from releasing an egg each month (ovulation). It also:
           * thickens the mucus in the neck of the womb, so it is harder for sperm to penetrate the womb and reach an egg
           * thins the lining of the womb, so there is less chance of a fertilised egg implanting into the womb and being able to grow

Types of combined pill
Although there are many different brands of pill, there are three main types:
           * Monophasic 21-day pills (the most common type). Each pill has the same amount of hormone in it. One pill is taken each day for 21 days and then no pills are taken for the next seven days. Examples are Microgynon, Brevinor and Cilest.
           * Phasic 21-day pills. Phasic pills contain two or three sections of different coloured pills in a pack. Each section contains a different amount of hormones. One pill is taken each day for 21 days and then no pills are taken for the next seven days. Phasic pills need to be taken in the right order. Examples are Binovum and Logynon.
           * Every Day (ED) pills. There are 21 active pills and 7 inactive (dummy) pills in a pack. The two types of pill look different. One pill is taken each day for 28 days with no break between packets of pills. Every Day pills need to be taken in the right order. Examples are Microgynon ED and Logynon ED.

The Progesterone Only Pill

The progestogen-only contraceptive pill is taken by women to prevent pregnancy.

It contains progestogen, a synthetic (artificial) version of the hormone progesterone that women produce naturally in their ovaries.

The progestogen-only pill differs from the combined contraceptive pill, which contains both female sex hormones oestrogen and progestogen. This makes the progestogen-only pill an option for women who cannot take the combined contraceptive pill, such as those over the age of 35 or those who smoke.

One pack of the progestogen-only pill contains 28 pills. One pill is taken every day of the menstrual cycle.

How effective is it?
When taken correctly, the progestogen-only pill is more than 99% effective at preventing pregnancy. This means that less than one woman in every 100 will get pregnant in a year.

How the progestogen-only pill works
The progestogen-only pill works in two ways:
           * it thickens the mucus in the neck of the womb, so it is harder for sperm to penetrate into the womb and reach an egg
           * it thins the lining of the womb, so there is less chance of a fertilised egg implanting into the womb and being able to grow

Sometimes, the progestogen-only pill may also prevent ovulation (the release of an egg from your ovaries each month).

Types of progestogen-only pill
There are two different types of progestogen-only pill, which must be taken at different times of the day:
           * The three-hour progestogen-only pill must be taken within three hours of the same time each day. Examples are Femulen, Micronor, Norgeston and Noriday.
           * The 12-hour progestogen-only pill (Cerazette) must be taken within 12 hours of the same time each day. It is less commonly used than the three-hour pill.


Dosage

Combined Contraceptive pill

21-day pills
           * Take your first pill from the packet marked with the correct day of the week, or the first pill of the first colour (phasic pills).
           * Continue to take a pill at the same time each day until the pack is finished.
           * Stop taking pills for seven days (during these seven days you will get a bleed).
           * Start your next pack of pills on the eighth day, whether you are still bleeding or not. This should be the same day of the week as when you took your first pill.

Every Day pills
           * Take the first pill from the section of the packet marked ‘start’. This will be an active pill.
           * Continue to take a pill every day, in the correct order and preferably at the same time each day, until the pack is finished (28 days).
           * During the seven days of taking the inactive pills, you will get a bleed.
           * Start your next pack of pills after you have finished the first, whether you are still bleeding or not.

Progestogen-only pill


           * Choose a convenient time in the day to take your first pill.
           * Continue to take a pill at the same time each day until the pack is finished.
           * Start your next pack of pills immediately. There is no break between packs of pills.


Missed Pills

Combined Contraceptive pill

Missing a pill or starting a packet late can make the pill less effective at preventing pregnancy. The likelihood of falling pregnant after missing a pill depends on:
           * when the pills was missed
           * how many pills were missed

Missing one pill anywhere in your pack or starting a new pack a day late is not a problem. However, depending on the type of pill you are taking, missing more than one pill or starting a packet more than one day late may have an effect on the contraceptive cover the pill provides.

It is riskier to start a packet late and miss more than one pill because during a seven-day break (or inactive pill week), your ovaries are not getting the effects of the pill. If you make the break longer than a week by starting a pack late, your ovaries may produce an egg.

If you have missed more than one pill:
           * Take the last pill you missed straight away.
           * Continue taking the rest of the pack as usual.

If you have missed two or more pills:
           * Take the last pill you missed straight away.
           * Continue taking the rest of the pack as usual.

Use an extra method of contraception for the next seven days.

If you have missed two or more pills and had unprotected sex in the previous few days, you may need emergency contraception. Seek advice straight away from your GP or local sexual health clinic.

Progestogen-only pill

If you forget to take a progestogen-only pill, what you should do depends on:

           * the type of pill you are taking
           * how late you are taking the pill and how many pills you have forgotten to take
           * whether you have had sex without using another form of contraception during the previous seven days

If you are less than 3-12 hours late
If you are taking a three-hour progestogen-only pill and you are less than three hours late taking it, or you are taking the 12-hour progestogen-only pill and are less than 12 hours late, you do not need to worry.

Take the late pill as soon as you remember and the remaining pills as normal. Your contraceptive protection will not be affected, so you do not need to use any additional contraception.

Do not worry if you have had sex without using another form of contraception. You do not need emergency contraception.

If you are more than 3-12 hours late
If you are taking a three-hour progestogen-only pill and you are more than three hours late taking it, or you are taking the 12-hour progestogen-only pill and are more than 12 hours late, follow the advice below: * take the last pill you missed straight away (if you have missed more than one, take only one) * take your next pill at the normal time.

Depending on when you remember, it may mean taking two pills on the same day (one at the time of remembering and one at the regular time), or even at the same time.

You will not be protected from pregnancy, so use additional contraception, such as condoms, for the next two days after taking the missed pill.


Side Effects

Combined Contraceptive pill

The combined oral contraceptive pill (the pill) is generally well tolerated, but there are some possible side effects.

Breakthrough bleeding and spotting is common in the first few months of taking the pill.

Other temporary side effects may occur after first starting the pill, including:
           * breast tenderness and breast enlargement
           * mood changes
           * an increased or decreased libido (sex drive)
           * fluid retention
           * headaches
           * nausea
           * rise in blood pressure

If these do not stop within a few months, changing the type of pill may help.

Progestogen-only pill

The progestogen-only pill is generally well tolerated and side effects are rare. It will not affect your ability to drive or react with any food or alcohol that you consume.

However, you may experience irregular menstrual bleeding, such as:
           * periods that are heavier than usual
           * a missed period
           * breakthrough bleeding and spotting

Some of the other possible side effects of the progestogen-only pill are:
           * acne
           * breast tenderness and breast enlargement
           * an increased or decreased libido (sex drive)
           * mood changes
           * headache and migraine
           * nausea or vomiting
           * cysts (small fluid-filled sacs) on your ovaries (these are usually harmless and disappear without treatment)
           * stomach upset
           * weight gain

These side effects are most likely to occur during the early months of taking the progestogen-only pill, but they generally improve over time and should stop within a few months.

Advice

We caution the use int he following groups of people:
           * Women with previous thrombosis or a family history of thrombosis
           * Women who are obese (body mass index over 30)
           * Women who are immobilised long term, e.g. confined to a wheelchair or bed
           * Smokers
           * Women with high blood pressure (over 150/90)
           * Women over 35 (women over 35 who smoke usually switch to the mini pill)
           * Women with diabetes
           * Women with a history of migraine, particularly with focal symptoms



Manufacturers and Brands



Janssen-Cilag is one of the world’s leading research-based pharmaceutical companies, with operations throughout the world. In the UK, Janssen-Cilag employs more than 500 people.


Schering-Plough, as it is today, is a global organisation with headquarters based in New Jersey, USA. However, the company has a great deal of heritage in the UK, with roots extending as far back as 1866 when Dr Edmund Adolphus Kirby founded H&T Kirby & Company Ltd. In 1979 the UK subsidiary of Schering-Plough, Warrick Pharmaceuticals, acquired H&T Kirby and a new organisation was formed, namely Kirby-Warrick Pharmaceuticals.


We aim to increase value for the benefit of all our stakeholders in every country and community in which we operate.
* Innovation is the foundation for our competitiveness and growth.
* Our employees use their talents to shape the future of the company.
* We believe in our responsibility to contribute to sustainable development.


"We have a challenging and inspiring mission: to improve the quality of human life by enabling people to do more, feel better and live longer. This mission gives us the purpose to develop innovative medicines and products that help millions of people around the world."




* We have been operating in the UK for the last 50 years.
* We employ approximately 90,000 colleagues in 180 countries.
* We have more than 4,000 staff in the UK.
* We spend £550 million on medicine research and development in the UK alone.
* We have four major Research and development sites around the world, including one in Sandwich, Kent.
* Provides medicines taken by 2.7 million Britons every day.
 
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Microgynon 30 tablets –   3 months calendar pack
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Ovranette tablets –   3 months calendar pack
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Synphase tablets – 3 months calendar pack
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Triadene tablets –   3 months calendar pack
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TriNovum tablets –   3 months calendar pack
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Yasmin tablets –   3 months calendar pack
Yasmin tablets – 3 months calendar pack 
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