Binovum is a biphasic oral contraceptive pill which if taken correctly can protect against pregnancy. Our service is tailored to fit your lifestyle, which means that you can order a repeat prescription of this pill for free delivery to your door.
Our free consultation is no obligation and takes only a few minutes of your time to complete. Once one of our registered doctors has reviewed your consultation, you will be able to order your contraceptive pill.
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Binovum is a biphasic combined oral contraceptive, a variant of what is known as the pill. Binovum is almost 100% effective at preventing conception and comes in a course with two different doses, allowing the dosage of hormones to rise and fall depending on where you are in your menstrual cycle. This helps to reduce side effects, such as bleeding, spotting, and missed periods, if you've experienced them after taking other contraceptives. It is also a successful treatment for endometriosis and can help to reduce heavy, painful or irregular periods.
You can buy Binovum online from HealthExpress if you complete an online consultation, which is completely free of charge. Your consultation will be reviewed by one of our registered doctors, who will make sure that this contraceptive is safe for you to use before approving a prescription.
Binovum is a convenient and effective way to prevent pregnancy. It's a combined contraceptive that is taken in two different doses; this allows the dosage of hormones to fall part way through your cycle, when less are needed to prevent pregnancy. Because this fits more naturally to your menstrual cycle, the risk of side effects with Binovum will be reduced.
Binovum contains the same type of artificial oestrogen and progestogen as Loestrin, but has a lower dose of progestogen and higher dose of oestrogen, which may make it more suitable for women who have experienced side effects while using Loestrin. Binovum can also help to treat endometriosis, a condition where womb cells grow outside the womb, and painful periods.
The pill contains two synthetic hormones, a synthetic oestrogen (ethinylestradiol) and a synthetic progestogen (norethisterone). During your monthly cycle, your hormone levels change. During ovulation a high level of hormones causes your body to release an egg from the ovaries and the womb lining to thicken so the egg can attach itself and grow. When you take a daily dose of a combined contraceptive, it convinces the body that ovulation has already happened. This means that an egg never gets released and the womb lining doesn't thicken. The hormones also prevent sperm from entering the womb, because they alter the consistency of cervical fluid.
Most women over the age of 18 can take Binovum. You should not take Binovum if you are currently taking certain antibiotics, medicines for the treatment of epilepsy, griseofulvin, St John's Wort and certain laxatives. Binovum is also not safe to use if you are pregnant, or have a history of thrombosis, heart or liver problems, regular migraines or very high blood pressure. Make sure you answer all the medical questions in the consultation as thoroughly as possible. Older women who smoke or women who are breastfeeding would be advised to use a mini-pill such as Femulen or Micronor.
Binovum is a 21 day biphasic pill. To be immediately protected, you should take Binovum on the first day of your period, starting off with the white tablets which contain 35 micrograms of ethinylestradiol and 0.5 milligrams of norethisterone.
The white tablets should be taken for the first seven days of your cycle, followed by 14 days where you take a peach coloured tablet. These contain 35 micrograms of ethinylestradiol and 1 milligram of norethisterone; a slightly higher dose to suit the hormonal levels in your cycles better. After you have taken all 21 pills, you should take a seven day break, during which you will be completely protected. Start your next strip after the seven day break.
Most women find that they don't always find the right contraceptive pill for them straight away. Binovum is generally well tolerated, but some women may experience more side effects than others. The most common side effects are headaches and tender breasts. These usually tend to go away as soon as your body gets used to the hormones, but if it persists or you experience anything more serious, it is advisable to contact a doctor or to choose a different contraceptive.
Before you can buy Binovum online, we ask you to complete a quick, free and completely confidential consultation form. This is so that our doctor can make sure you are suitable to use this contraceptive. If your consultation is approved, you will be able to purchase Binovum or any of the other contraceptives recommended by our doctor and a prescription will be issued. This will be forwarded to our pharmacy, which will dispatch your order free of charge for next-day delivery.