Our doctors will review your order information and issue the prescription online direct to our pharmacy.
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3 months supply of your current contraceptive pill for when you cannot get to your GP surgery.
Medicinesbymailbox supplies medicine on prescription and charges a small prescription fee based on the order value of each prescription.Prescriptions are issued by our doctors online and sent electronically to our pharmacy.If you have your own private paper prescription please post to our pharmacy (details).Ascot Pharmacy prices are 25%–50% lower than other UK online clinics.
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Express international delivery £32.00 flat rate via DHL Express (2-8 days depending on destination, with tracking in transit).
There is day of the week marked on the blister strips. You should take the first tablet on your first day of bleeding which indicates the first day that your period starts. Then, Take a tablet every day that is marked with the correct day of the week. You should take the tablets at about the same time every day to ensure that you are well protected. Once you have finished taking all 21 tablets, you should stop for 7 days. You might start bleeding during these 7 days. After 7 days, regardless of whether you are still bleeding, providing you take the first tablet of the blister strip on time, you will be protected during the 7 days.
If you are unable to start your first tablet on your first day of period, you may start to take it within 5 days of your period. You may need additional contraceptive measures, such as condom, for the first 7 days as you may not be protected.
If you forget to take a tablet, you should take it as soon as possible and take the next tablet on the same time that you normally take it. However, if you miss the dose by more than 12 hours, you may not be protected and additional contraceptive measures, such as condom, should be considered for 7 days.
Like all medicines, Brevinor can cause some side effects, although not everyone gets them.
Some common side effects associated are feeling sick, stomach cramps, headache and irregular vaginal bleeding. These side effects are usually mild but if you are concerned about them, you should speak to your doctor or pharmacist for more advice.
Combined contraceptive pills are occassionally associated with the risk of blood clots. If you experience symptoms such as swelling or tenderness in stomach, coughing up blood, pain in chest, painful veins in legs or sudden unexplained headache, you should stop taking Brevinor and seek urgent medical advice.
There is also a small risk of breast cancer associated with the pill. However, it is shown that if women stop taking the pill, 10 years later the risk will be the same for women who do not take the pill. Also, research shows that combined oral contraceptives protect against ovary and endometrium cancer.
For a full list of side effects, please read the patient information leaflet attached below.
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