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Type of medicine
Progestogen-only contraceptive pill (POP)
Start on the first day of menstrual cycle
Thickening cervical fluid, altering uterine lining, inhibiting ovulation
350 micrograms per tablet
Common side effects
Stomach upsets, headaches, changes in weight, breast tenderness, irregular periods
Use with alcohol
No known interactions, but consult healthcare provider
Noriday tablets are an oral contraceptive medication used to prevent pregnancy. They contain norethisterone, a synthetic hormone that stops ovulation and thickens the mucus in the cervix, making it difficult for sperm to reach the egg. This combined action provides effective and reliable protection against pregnancy.
Noriday is a low-dose contraceptive, which means it has fewer side effects compared to other contraceptive methods. Some common side effects may include nausea, headache, and changes in menstrual bleeding patterns. It is important to note that Noriday does not protect against sexually transmitted infections.
It is recommended to consult a doctor before starting to use Noriday tablets. They will be able to discuss the benefits and risks, and determine whether Noriday is the right choice for you. With the proper use of Noriday, women can have peace of mind and reliable protection against pregnancy.
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Is Noriday suitable for women with irregular menstrual cycles?
Can I take Noriday if I have a history of migraine headaches?
Does Noriday offer protection against sexually transmitted infections (STIs)?
Is Noriday suitable for women over 35 years of age who smoke?
Can Noriday be used to alleviate heavy menstrual bleeding?
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