Mini Pill - Online Contraceptive Treatment And Help

Mini Pill is a contraceptive that contains the female hormone progesterone. Unlike combined contraceptive pills, the mini pill does not contain oestrogen. The dose of progesterone in a mini pill is lower than in a combined contraceptive pill. It is ideal for breastfeeding women and those at risk from taking oestrogen.

Mini Pill is a contraceptive that contains the female hormone progesterone. Unlike combined contraceptive pills, the mini pill does not contain oestrogen. The dose of progesterone in a mini pill is lower than in a combined contraceptive pill. It is ideal for breastfeeding women and those at risk from taking oestrogen.

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How Does The Mini Pill Work?

The mini pill works by thickening the cervical mucus and the uterus lining which helps prevent the sperm from reaching the egg. The mini pill suppresses ovulation as well but does not so consistently.

In order to make sure the mini pill is efficient you need to take it at the same time every day.

The Benefits Of A Mini PIll

The mini pill is suitable for women who:

  • Are breastfeeding. There has long been a claim that the oestrogen in combined pills may affect lactation. Even though the theory has been disproven, a lot of women still opt in for the mini pill as a viable, safer alternative.
  • Have certain health issues. If you have a history of blood clotting in your lungs or legs or if you have genetic predispositions towards them, you might be safer off taking a mini pill.
  • Have concerns about oestrogen. Some women are reluctant to take the combined pill due to various side effects of oestrogen and opt in for the mini-pill instead,

The effects of a mini pill are easily reversible. As soon as you stop taking mini-pills, your fertility is likely to immediately return.

Mini pills can also be used to treat skin inflammations linked to the menstrual cycle.

How To Order A Mini Pill Online?

Once you select the desired treatment, you will be presented with a questionnaire to determine whether you are eligible for the treatment you selected. Our staff will review the answers to determine if it’s safe for you to use the treatment.

The treatment will then be delivered to your UK shipping address. All the treatments are medically approved. You can rest assured you will receive the best contraceptive treatment available for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Use The Mini Pill? 

Make sure you consult your doctor before you decide to start using a mini pill.

Your doctor will advise against using a mini pill if:

  • You have a history of breast cancer
  • You are suffering from a liver disease
  • You are experiencing unexplained bleeding from the uterus
  • You are taking HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis or seizure treatments
  • You cannot take the pill at the same time every day due to various personal factors.

Can I Switch To A Combined Pill? 

If you want to change from the mini pill to a contraceptive pill, you should visit your doctor or a local sexual health clinic and ask for advice.

You should not take a break between different pills which is why your doctor will advise you to take a new pill as you’ve had the last dose of your previous pill or the day after.

You will be required to use alternative contraceptive methods such as condoms during the transitional period, as it might take the new treatment sometime before the effects set in.

Does A Mini Pill Have Any Side Effects? 

A lot of hormonal contraceptives pills have the potential to cause undesired effects. These side effects vary from treatment to treatment, based on their ingredients. Some contraceptives may cause mood swings and headaches, while others do not. If you experience any side effects after using a mini pill, visit your GP or local sexual health clinic and they will prescribe an alternative contraceptive method.

Does The Mini Pill Protect Me From STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections)? 

The only safe protection from any form of STIs is using barrier contraceptives like condoms. Any form of hormonal contraception, including combined and mini pills, rings and patches will not protect you from spreading or contracting STIs.

If you are sexually active we recommend getting tested for STIs. You can find various STI tests online and you can perform them at home.

What Is The Best Contraceptive Pill? 

There are a lot of different types and brands of contraceptives which makes it difficult to determine which method is right for you. The mini pill is 99% effective and safe for women over 35 who smoke. They can be taken by breastfeeding women and those with high blood pressure. Therefore, if you are fit one or more of these descriptions, the mini pill is probably a good choice for you.

What Should I Do If I Forget To Take The Mini Pill On Time? 

If you forget to take your mini pill on time, take the missed dose as soon as you remember and continue with the next dose according to schedule. Take only a single pill even if you missed more than one.

However, the pill will not protect you from pregnancy for the next two days, which is why you should introduce an alternative form of contraceptives such as condoms. If you’ve had unprotected sex during these two days, you may need to use a morning-after pill.

Will I Be Able To Get Pregnant After I Stop Using The Mini PIll? 

Most doctors will recommend waiting at least one natural period before you try to get pregnant. However, becoming pregnant during this time will not harm the baby. While you wait for the next natural period you can use an alternative form of contraception such as condoms.