Note: You must complete a short online consultation so that our doctor can ensure that the treatment is suitable for you. The above pricing should only be used as a reference. The final decision to issue this treatment lies with the prescribing doctor.
Sunya is a combined contraceptive. It is taken orally in the form of a tablet, which is why it is also referred to as ‘the pill’.
If taken correctly, the pill is one the most reliable forms of contraception, offering protection against pregnancy around 99% of the time.
Please note, this medication does not protect you against STIs - only condoms will do this.
Sunya contains synthetic versions (ethinylestradiol and gestodene) of the hormones estrogen and progesterone.
As with all combined pills, Sunya has three modes of action to prevent pregnancy:
Each of these is alone enough to prevent conception. The combination makes the chance of conception less than one per cent.
Always follow instructions laid out in the patient leaflet as well as what the doctor advises. You will find the patient leaflet contained with your order. One can also be viewed by clicking the link to the right of this page.
If you have any questions about how to take this medication, please consult your doctor.
You can also arrange to speak to one of HealthExpress’ doctors. Please contact Customer Services. You will find contact information at the bottom of this page.
As a hormonal contraceptive, Sunya shares many side effects with other combined contraceptives. It is also important to note, everyone reacts differently to hormones and experiences different side effects. However, the most commonly occurring include:
If you find any of the above causes you concern, you should stop treatment and contact your doctor. There are contraceptive alternatives that produce fewer side effects, such as the mini pill.
There are a number of conditions as well as the use of certain medications that make Sunya unsuitable to take. Its use can worsen the condition and interact with the medications, resulting in complications.
Do not use Sunya if you have:
Before you are prescribed this medication, your GP will ask you questions about your health and your family history - they should also measure your blood pressure.
You should be monitored by your doctor when you are first using this medication, to ensure you do not suffer any serious complications. Even if you have used a hormonal contraceptive for a long time, you should still return to your doctor for regular check-ups.
This is the reason why HealthExpress can only prescribe Sunya after an initial prescription from your personal doctor.
You should also make sure to examine your breasts regularly, checking for any lumps or abnormalities.
Yes, you can buy Sunya online. However, first, you must complete an online consultation. This is so our doctors can determine the medication is safe for you to use. It is important that you answer all questions honestly and in detail.