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More information about Noriday
Noriday is a progestogen-only oral contraceptive - commonly known as the 'mini pill' or progestogen-only pill (POP) - and is almost 100% effective at preventing pregnancy . Noriday is taken in the form of a one-a-day 0.35mg tablet over the course of 28 days. As it contains only synthetic progestogen (norethisterone) as an active ingredient, it may be more suitable for women who are likely to develop oestrogen related side effects. It is also a better option for women who are breastfeeding, have regular migraines or who are over 35 and smoke.
The main ingredient norethisterone (0.35 milligrams) prevents pregnancy by thickening the cervical mucus at the neck of the womb (the cervix), so that sperm can't successfully enter the womb via the vagina. Noriday also affects the quality of the womb lining, so if an egg does get released during ovulation, it can't attach itself to the wall of the womb and grow. It's also likely that Noriday tablets can prevent the ovaries from releasing eggs.
Like all mini pills, Noriday contains only the synthetic hormone progestogen and no oestrogen.
Many mini pill tablets, including Noriday, come with a number of benefits when used correctly...
Noriday is a 28-day mini pill, so it is taken for the entire duration of your cycle without any breaks between calendar strips. If you take it on the first day of your period, you will be immediately protected and shouldn't require any other form of contraception. You can take it up to the fifth day of your period, but then you will have to wait seven days for it to take effect. It can be taken with or without food.
Noriday should be taken at the same time each day, but if you happen to forget to take a pill, you should take it as soon as you remember. Noriday is part of the three-hour pill group of POP pills meaning that if the pill is taken over three hours late, extra contraception will likely be required for the following two days.
Use our interactive tool below on what to do if you miss one or multiple pills in one month (menstrual cycle). Simply click to begin.
*If you have missed contraceptive pills in the first one to seven days of the pill pack and have had sex without barrier contraception, you could be pregnant. If you have calculated this between one to five days after the unprotected sex, you could use emergency contraception such as the IUD or morning-after pill. If not, continue your contraception until the seven-day break. If you don't have any bleeding, it is advised to take a pregnancy test and/or consult your doctor.
There are many variations of the pill and mini pill so you may have to try out a number of oral contraceptives before you find the right one for you. Noriday is usually well tolerated, but some woman will respond differently to the active ingredients. Some of the most common potential side effects such as changes in menstrual bleeding, headaches, weight gain, nausea, and changes in your sex drive
You may experience mild side effects if you are using Noriday for the first time, but they tend to pass as your body adjusts to the hormones. If they persist or you experience any severe side effects, speak to your doctor and consider changing to a different pill.
Before taking Noriday, there are a number of precautions that should be considered. These are as follows:
You can buy 0.35mg Noriday tablets from HealthExpress by completing a quick and simple online consultation. Your consultation will be checked by one of our doctors, who will assess your suitability regarding the severity of your symptoms and the dosage available. When your consultation is approved, you will be able to purchase this treatment, safely and securely, along with other treatments that are suitable for your particular condition.
|Description||Noriday is a progestogen-only mini pill that is extremely effective at preventing pregnancy|
|Exemption||Subject to medical prescription|
|Application||Offering protection against pregnancy for women over 18|
|Usage||Take 1 tablet per day for 28 days|
|Drug class||Progestogen-only (POP)|
|Alcohol consumption||No influence|
|When breastfeeding||Side effects not expected, however ask your doctor|
|When pregnant||Not recommended, ask your doctor for alternatives|
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Yes, Noriday is a 'mini pill' which is otherwise known as progestogen-only pill or POP. This means it only contains one synthetic hormone, a progestogen.
When taken correctly, Noriday is over 99% effective at preventing pregnancy.
While there may be some potential side effects associated with Noriday, it is generally considered safe when used as directed by your doctor.
You should take one Noriday tablet every day at about the same time. You do not need to take a break between strips. Once you have finished one strip, start the next strip for your next dose.
If you start taking Noriday on the first day of your menstrual cycle, you should be protected straight away. However if you start taking Noriday at any other time it will not be effective straight away, so you must continue using barrier contraception for at least 7 days.
Whilst they are both 'mini-pills' and work similarly to prevent pregnancy, they contain different active ingredients. Noriday contains norethisterone, which is one type of synthetic progestogen, whilst Desogestrel is a different synthetic progestogen.
Yes, Noriday can cause body weight changes in some women. Consult your doctor if you are worried about weight changes or any other side effects of Noriday.
Noriday can cause or worsen acne in some women. Consult your doctor if you're concerned about your acne or any other side effects of Noriday.
While Noriday and Micronor are two different brands, they both contain the same synthetic hormones and therefore work similarly.
Whilst they are both 'mini-pills' and work similarly to prevent pregnancy, they contain different synthetic progestogens. Noriday contains norethisterone whilst Norgeston contains levonorgestrel.
It is a great product. Have been taking Noriday for years and it has never failed me.Laurence N
I was very impressed with the speed and efficiency of your service.Lynn B
It's the only pill that stops my breakthrough bleeding. It is amazing and I wish I was prescribed it years ago!! I hope Pfizers keep making it!!Kim G
Does what it says! Suits most people. Better than most. Best protection for peace of mind. Worth it! Rely on this service not Perscriptions!Mrs T
Suits me. I take it at night as it helps me sleep. I'm post menopausal. Dr says it's ok to continue with this if it helpsDonna B
I've have used this product for 5 years + It is very reliable if taken correctly and I have no problems.Danielle