Brevinor is a combined oral contraceptive containing both oestrogen and progesterone. When taken correctly Brevinor can provide over 99% effective pregnancy prevention, as well as reducing the pain associated with periods, reducing menstrual bleeding and allowing period regulation. One tablet should be taken at the same time of day for 21 days, followed by a 7 day tablet-free break.

  • Combined oral contraceptive
  • Over 99% pregnancy protection when taken correctly
  • Reduces pain associated with periods
  • Regulates menstruation


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What Is Brevinor? 

Brevinor is a combined pill, which is a type of contraceptive pill. It’s most commonly used to prevent unintended pregnancies, although some women also use it to relieve painful or heavy periods. It includes synthetic analogs of the hormones estrogen (ethinylestradiol) and progesterone (norethisterone). Brevinor includes 500 micrograms of norethisterone and 35 micrograms of ethinylestradiol, the same quantity as Noriday and other contraceptive pills

How Does Brevinor Work? 

The hormones ethinylestradiol and norethisterone are released and regulated by Brevinor. Now, what does it do? Brevinor stops you from ovulating each month because these hormones inhibit your ovaries from releasing an egg each month.

The hormones also thicken the skin surrounding the womb’s neck, making it more difficult for sperm to reach an egg. They also thin the womb’s lining, making it more difficult for a fertilized egg to deposit itself there.

How Long Does It Take to Work? 

Now that you know how does Brevinor work, you’re probably wondering how long it takes to effect. You will be protected against pregnancy right immediately if you start taking Brevinor on days 1-5 of your period. If you start taking Brevinor after this time, it won’t work for 7 days, so you’ll have to wear protection for that time.

Brevinor's Effectiveness 

Brevinor, when taken correctly, has a 99 percent success rate in preventing pregnancy. Brevinor’s effectiveness is reduced by missing pills, being unwell, diarrhea, and taking some other medications, therefore the effectiveness gets closer to 91 percent.

Taking Brevinor 

Brevinor is available in 21-tablet strips. Each pill has a date on it that indicates which day of the week it should be taken. Read along to know how to take it and when.

Every day for 21 days, swallow 1 pill whole with water. Every day, around the same time, you should take the tablet. You take a seven-day rest after taking 21 tablets. You will experience a withdrawal bleed similar to your period during this time. During this 7-day gap, you are still protected from pregnancy.

After this 7-day pause, start with a fresh strip. Each strip should begin on the same day each time.

When Should You Start Taking Brevinor? 

You can start taking Brevinor at any time during your menstrual cycle but depending on when you start, you may not be protected right away. You won’t need to use other contraceptives like condoms if you start taking Brevinor on days 1-5 of your period because you’ll be protected from pregnancy right away. If you take it between days 1 and 5 of your cycle, you’ll have to use protection for another 7 days.

What if You Forget to Take a Brevinor Pill?
If you forget to take a tablet, take it as soon as possible. Even if it means taking two pills at once, you should take the missed pill.

You should still be protected from pregnancy, so you won’t need to use protection or emergency contraception, and you can keep using your strip as usual. If your strip is about to end in the next 6 days, you should skip the 7-day break and go straight to the next strip.

Brevinor Side Effects
Many ladies who take Brevinor don’t have any negative side effects. There will, however, be those who will experience adverse effects. Brevinor may cause the following negative effects:

Menstrual bleeding changes
Feeling unwell
Migraines and headaches
Changes in weight
Tenderness or expansion of the breasts
Spots and other skin issues
In a bad mood

It’s worth noting that side effects are more likely in the first three months while your body adjusts to the hormonal changes brought on by Brevinor. After three months, the first adverse effects should disappear or become more bearable.

If the adverse effects do not go away or begin to bother you, make an appointment to see your doctor. They may advise you to stop using Brevinor or switch to different contraception that has fewer side effects.

Buying Brevinor Online
Even if you’ve never taken Brevinor before, you can get it online from TruMedical. All you have to do is complete a brief online questionnaire, which will be examined by one of our doctors. We’ll deliver your Brevinor to you in the mail once they’ve determined that it’s safe and appropriate for you to use this medication. All of our medications are kept fully private and sent in unmarked packaging.

Is Brevinor Available Over-The-Counter?
Brevinor is not available over-the-counter. Brevinor is a prescription-only drug, therefore you’ll need a doctor’s prescription or approval from one of our online doctors before you can buy it.