Women’s oral contraceptive tablets, also known as ‘The Pill,’ are effective at preventing pregnancy when used once a day. These little pills contain synthetic versions of the reproductive hormones oestrogen and progestogen in a variety of levels, ensuring that there is a contraceptive pill that is right for you.
There are two sorts of contraceptive pills, and it is up to you to decide which one is best for you. You can order one of our numerous successful treatments using our helpful doctor’s service.
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They allow women to choose whether or not to become pregnant. The contraceptive pill, also known as “the pill” or “contraceptives,” is a simple way to plan your family and avoid unwanted pregnancy.
Contraceptive pills are used by women who want to avoid becoming pregnant. The Pill is a simple, practical, and convenient way to avoid getting pregnant. Contraceptive pills contain female hormones that can prevent you from conceiving in one of three ways.
Microgynon, Yasmin, Cilest, Loestrin, Mercilon, and Femodette are the most commonly prescribed and well-known combined pills in the UK.
There are two types of contraceptive pills available: the combined pill and the individual pill. The combined pill contains trace amounts of oestrogen and progestogen, which prevent pregnancy in three ways. They stop an egg from being released from the ovaries, thicken the fluid in your cervix (making it harder for sperm to enter the womb), and prevent the lining of your womb from thickening enough for an egg to grow in it.
The combined pill is one of the most effective forms of contraception because of its three-pronged approach. ‘The mini pill’ is the name given to the second type of pill. This tablet, contrary to popular belief, does not simply contain lower amounts of the same hormones. It only contains progestogen, so it has a slightly different effect on your body and only prevents the sperm cell from entering the womb. Although effective, it is not always as effective as the combined pill.
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Names of Contraceptive Pills
The names of contraceptive pills are listed below:
Cerazette is a contraceptive pill.
Clairette is a birth control pill.
Yasmin is a contraceptive tablet.
Rigevidon is a pregnancy-prevention pill.
The contraceptive pill can provide women with a variety of other benefits, including menstrual cycle control and an uninterrupted sex life, in addition to its primary use of pregnancy prevention.
Many women choose the combined pill not only for its effectiveness, but also because it can lighten your periods, keep your menstrual cycle regular (because you take the pill for 21 days and then take a 7-day break), and lower your risk of ovarian, womb, and colon cancer. The combined pill, on the other hand, raises the risk of blood clots and may cause some side effects (especially at the start of treatment). Mood swings, weight gain, and skin problems are all common side effects.
Although less popular, many women still prefer the mini pill (progestogen only) because it is easier to remember because it is taken every day. There are no increased risks of blood clots because it doesn’t contain oestrogen, and it’s also suitable for women who can’t tolerate oestrogen or who are breastfeeding. However, because there is no scheduled period, it is the less effective of the two types of contraceptives and can cause some irregular or ‘breakout’ bleeding.
There are a variety of brands on the market, each containing varying amounts of synthetic oestrogen and/or progestogen. You can choose the contraceptive pill that best suits you and have it delivered to your door using UK Meds’ fast, simple, and dependable online doctor’s service.
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