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Cerazette is a contraceptive pill used to prevent pregnancy, falling into the “mini-pill” category (which only contains progestogen).

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    Cerazette is a contraceptive pill used to prevent pregnancy, falling into the “mini-pill” category (which only contains progestogen).

    Cerazette works by preventing the sperm cells from entering the womb, as well as preventing the egg cell from ripening (in most cases). Containing a small amount of the female sex hormone, the progestogen desogestrel, it protects women against pregnancy.

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    Using Cerazette provides women with protection against unwanted pregnancies, allowing them more freedom with both their daily lives and sex lives. Because of the hormone it contains, Cerazette can also help to regulate a woman’s menstrual cycle, or stop symptoms altogether for those who suffer badly.

    When it comes to contraceptive pills, there are two different types; the combined and the progestogen-only (also known as POP). Cerazette fits into the latter category and its lack of the hormone, oestrogen, makes it a great choice for women who do not tolerate it, or for those who are breastfeeding.

    The dose of Cerazette not only prevents the sperm cells from entering the womb (as most POP pills do), but as it also mostly prevents the egg cell from ripening, it serves as a highly effective form of contraception.

    Cerazette is a prescription-only medication. Always follow the advice of your doctor and read the patient information leaflet provided in the medication packet. Take the tablets orally by swallowing whole with some water.

    If you are not using hormonal contraception at present (or in the past month), then you should wait for your period to begin and take the first tablet on the first day. If you are currently on another contraceptive pill, then take the first Cerazette tablet on the day after you take the last tablet from the present pack. If you do not start taking Cerazette on these timelines and end up with some pill-free days, then ensure that you use additional contraceptive methods (barrier ones, like condoms) to continue protecting against pregnancy.

    For women who have just had a baby and wish to go back on to Cerazette, you can start taking the tablets as per the guidelines between 21 and 28 days after the birth of your baby. If you are breastfeeding or have had an abortion or miscarriage, your doctor can advise you about using Cerazette.

    The packets are clearly marked with days of the week and arrows to guide users on the direction of use. You select your first pill based on the day of the week that you begin (for example, if you start on a Wednesday then take the tablet on the first row marked ‘Wed’). Follow the direction of the arrows, taking one tablet a day until you finish the pack and then start the next pack without any break.

    Cerazette tablets come as 75 microgram film-coated tablets containing desogestrel, and those using it should take one per day at approximately the same time. The pack contains 28 tablets, or a 4 week supply.

    If you miss a pill but realise within 12 hours then simply take the pill as soon as you remember, and then take the next one at your normal time. You will still be protected against pregnancy within this time frame. If you are more than 12 hours late with a missed pill then you should still take it as soon as you remember and take the next one at the normal time (this may mean taking two pills in one day, which is fine). However, you may no longer be protected against pregnancy and should use additional methods of contraception for the next 7 days.

    If you vomit within 3 - 4 hours after taking your Cerazette tablet or have severe diarrhoea, then the active ingredient may not have been completely absorbed. Follow the same advice for forgotten tablets as above and use additional contraception as required.

    You can safely buy Cerazette online at UK Meds. You will first need to have an online consultation with a pharmacist independent prescriber before your order will be supplied. The online consultation will ensure that Cerazette is the right medication for your medical condition.

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