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Types of Progesterone

Cerazette
Cerazette

Such studies highlight the need for further research into the influence of hormonal contraception, including the progestogen-only pill on women’s psychological health. Mechanism of action. The mechanism of action of progestogen-only contraceptives depends on the progestogen activity and dose.

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Cerelle
Cerelle

Cerelle is a so-called mini-pill; a contraceptive pill based on only one kind of hormone. The active substance in Cerelle is desogestrel. This progestin hormone ensures that a pregnancy cannot occur.

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Micronor
Micronor

While the "mini-pill" is more effective than certain other methods of birth control (such as condoms, cervical cap, diaphragm), it is less effective than combination hormone (estrogen and progestin) birth control because it does not consistently prevent ovulation. It is usually used by women who cannot take estrogen. To reduce the risk of pregnancy, it is very important to take this medication exactly as prescribed.

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Norgeston
Norgeston

Norgeston is an oral contraceptive pill (the ‘mini Pill’). You take it to stop you getting pregnant. Norgeston contains a type of female sex hormone, called a progestogen.

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Noriday
Noriday

Noriday is a progestogen only pill with norethisterone 350 micrograms - an effective oral contraceptive pill with no estrogen. Evidenced based information for patients, doctors, nurses and medical students.

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