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Binovum is currently not available from UKMedix, but we do have other choices for female contraception.

Binovum - Genuine Janssen-Cilag medication

At UKMedix we understand accessing the best prescription medication is very important. We scour the world for the best and trusted pharmaceutical brands to offer the highest quality medications with history of documented success in the treatment of all manner of conditions they're provided for.

Accordingly, we offer the best and authentic Binovum contraceptive medication from Janssen-Cilag including top quality medical help and advice to make your treatment complete and effective.

To make this easy we've a consultation form on our website at that asks any question our medical team believes will help them diagnose you better and offer the medication treatment you deserve having understood your distinct case.

Note that talking to our professional medical team doesn't obligate you to purchase medication from us. Any help, extra info and advice are free of charge and provided without obligation.

What is Binovum?

Binovum pills refer to a typical hormonal contraceptive containing the norethisterone and ethinylestradiol active ingredients. Essentially, the two active ingredients are synthetic forms of oestrogen and progesterone, female naturally occurring sex hormones. Ethinylestradiol is the synthetic oestrogen and noresthisterone the progesterone version in the drug. As a combined pill with the two female hormones version, it's effective in ensuing ovaries do not release an egg in what's known as ovulation. The combined hormones also ensure there is no implanting of an egg within the womb's lining.

Why Do You Need Binovum?

Apart from helping in the prevention of unwanted pregnancies, the contraceptive pill also comes in handy in ensuring menstrual bleeding isn’t as painful but lighter and regular. As a result it has been prescribed for those women with issues of irregular, severely painful and heavy periods.

How Binovum Works

The contraceptive pill is effective by working against the menstrual cycle. During menstruation, a woman's body sees the sex hormones level changing throughout the month. An egg is released courtesy of the hormones during ovulation from the ovaries.  The womb lining begins to prepare for a potential pregnancy at the same time. After the end of the cycle and the egg seems not to have been fertilised the hormonal level usually goes down, resulting in the lining of the womb being shed on a monthly basis.

The synthetic hormones in Binovum work by making the body to think the process of ovulation has already taken place. As a result, eggs are prevented from being released and ripening each month. The active ingredients also increase the natural mucus thickness within the womb's neck, making it really hard for sperms to enter the womb via the vagina. This reduces the likelihood of having an egg being fertilised.

How to Take Binovum the Right Way

Once you've consulted a doctor and Binovum has been prescribed, follow the directions as indicated on the leaflet or as detailed by your doctor. Each pill is taken daily for the next 21 days, around the same time and consecutively. After the 21 days you’ve to go for pill-taking break of seven days. On the pack you'll see the outlined order of tablets intake, clearly showing the pills to begin with and order of taking all the other tablets. During the 7-day break, the hormones level in the blood reduces resulting in some form of withdrawal bleeding that appears more like the normal period. The next pack of 21 pills for 21 days should start once the seven days of abstaining from the pill are up, whether the bleeding has stopped or not.

Effectiveness of Binovum

If any woman uses Binovum correctly as indicated and advised by the doctor, the pills will be 99 percent and above effective.

Other medications and Binovum

While you can use other medications with the contraceptive pill, talk to your doctor or UKMedix medical team to know the few exceptions if any. Always let your doctor to know any other medication you might be using before Binovum is prescribed.

Should You Buy Binovum Online?

As you search for the best contraceptive pills out there we understand the info is way too much and confusing. You might not know where to start. Sometimes you end up with any kind of treatment just because you had no time to dig a little deeper and purchase the pills from a genuine medical prescription website, approved and certified. UKMedix understand this dilemma and provides you with a link to the official MHRA government site through their approval badge on UKMedix website where you can read the UKMedix certification and approval information.

It's advisable that you don't put your health at risk by purchasing Binovum from any website claiming to offer prescription medication. If they cannot display their approval and certification information you might want to conclude they're fake and operating illegally. Purchasing treatment from them could affect your health, destroy your organs or even cause death.

Are there side effects associated with Binovum?

Side effects occur in a small number of women. In case of any concern, you might want to talk to UKMedix medical team or your doctor. Some of the common side effects include:

  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Headache/ migraine
  • Breast tenderness, enlargement
  • Weight changes
  • Retention of water in the body tissues
  • Vaginal thrush
  • Change in menstrual bleeding
  • Menstrual spotting or breakthrough bleeding
  • Depression
  • Skin reactions
  • Increased sex drive
  • Rise in blood pressure
  • Irregular brown patches on the skin, usually of the face
  • Steepening of corneal curvature which may make contact lenses uncomfortable
  • Disturbance in liver function
  • Gallstones
  • Blood clots in the blood vessels

If you are breastfeeding, you should use a mini-pill such as Cerazette, Noriday or Micronor.

Does taking Binovum prevent me from STIs?

This contraceptive pill will not protect you against sexually transmitted infections. Consider using barrier protection (condoms) to prevent the spread of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI's). If you require additional information regarding STI's along with possible effective treatments please consult the appropriate section on our site.

How do I order Binovum?

For your convenience you can complete a free online consultation with one of our qualified and authorised medical practitioners at UKMedix. If our specialist is satisfied that Binovum is suitable for you they will issue a prescription to you and dispense the medication from our UK Registered Pharmacy for next day delivery.

Binovum is currently not available from UKMedix, but we do have other choices for female contraception.

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