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Contraception is used to prevent unwanted pregnancy in women. Different types of contraceptives available include hormonal pills, emergency contraception and birth control patches.
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Which contraception is best for me?
Types of contraceptive pills include the combined pill, low dose pill, mini pill or contraceptive patches and vaginal ring. Depending on your health history and lifestyle factors, your doctor can recommend you a suitable method.
How does the contraceptive pill work?
A contraceptive pill is meant to be taken daily for 21 or 28 days, depending on the recommended dosage of the product. The pill stops ovulation and works by altering the hormonal balance of the body to prevent ovulation by making the lining of the uterus less receptive to egg implantation.
According to the NHS, there has been a 39% increase in users at Sexual and Reproductive Health Services beginning a birth control pill in 2021/21.
Birth control pills are 99% effective at preventing an unwanted pregnancy when used correctly.
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Complete A Quick Online Consultation Form
Fill out a quick and simple online consultation form to find out what products you are eligible for.
Once you have completed your consultation and selected your treatment, you can securely checkout online.
You will then receive your order the next working day using our express next-day courier service, dispensed from one of our verified GhPC partner pharmacies in the UK.
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How to get contraceptive pill?
You can get a contraceptive pill through an online consultation with one of our physicians. They will determine if the pill is right for you and can then prescribe one that will be the best fit for you.
What is a contraceptive pill?
A contraceptive pill is an oral tablet that when taken regularly, can prevent unwanted pregnancy and reduce period symptoms. Contraceptive pills come in a range of hormones that work in different ways to regulate the release of eggs and prevent sperm from reaching the egg.
How long does it take to receive my order?
All orders placed before 14:00 from Monday to Friday will be dispatched that day. The orders are sent using 24 Hour Tracked delivery provided by Royal Mail. Items will usually arrive the very next day after the order has been placed. We also provide tracking for your orders to check the status and location of your parcel.
How is the medication packaged?
All our medication is packaged in plain confidential padded white or brown envelopes. This ensures that your orders are discreet, and the content of the orders will be for your eyes only.
Can I return my order?
For non-medicinal products, you are eligible to return the product within 14 days of receipt in the same packaging you received. For medicinal products, you are eligible to cancel the order only until it has been dispatched. From that point forward, you are no longer eligible to return the order.
Is this medication suitable for me?
Please get in touch with a doctor if you are unsure what medication is suitable for you. You can also complete our online consultation form to check your eligibility for the product.
Can I buy contraceptive pills over the counter?
You can buy an emergency contraception pill over the counter. Here at Welzo, you can buy emergency contraception and keep it until you need it without an online consultation.
Does the contraceptive pill cause weight gain?
There are side effects of the pill that will differ depending on the individual. Weight gain is a noted side effect of some contraceptive pills, however, it is not guaranteed that anyone will be affected.
What is an online consultation?
An online consultation checks if you are eligible to purchase the product. Some products only require an online consultation which approximately takes 1 minute to complete, enabling you to buy the product. Other products will also require a prescription; in this case, you will need to complete the online consultation, and then one of our partner pharmacy prescribers or doctors will review the online consultation questions and approve the order for delivery if you are eligible to purchase the item.
When will my order be delivered?
If you have placed an order before 14:00 Monday to Friday, you will receive the order the next day.
Can I cancel my order?
You have the right to cancel your order for medication up to the point when your medication is dispatched.
Can I order this if I am under 18 years old?
No, we do not accept orders from individuals under 18. All orders must be placed by adults only.
What are the different types of birth control pills?
There are several kinds of birth control medications available for women. Oral contraceptive tablets are often the most popular. There are multiple types of birth control pills, such as:
- Combined pill. This contraception is called the combined pill as it contains a synthetic version of the two female hormones, oestrogen and progesterone. It mimics the action of these hormones, which prevents the ovaries from releasing an egg (known as ovulating). It will also make it more difficult for both sperm and eggs to implant in the lining of the womb.
- The progesterone-only pill, also known as the POP or mini pill). This pill works similarly to a combined pill but contains no oestrogen. It will also thicken the mucus in the cervix to stop the sperm from reaching an egg.
Are birth control tablets safe in the long term?
Depending on your medical history, a progesterone-only pill can be taken until menopause. Like every medication, there may be side effects that differ for each person. The combined pill is safe for use for women up to the age of 35.
There is scientific evidence that using birth control pills for longer periods of time can increase your risk of some cancers. However, this risk will decline after you stop taking the pills.
What can I expect to happen when I take contraception tablets?
You will normally need to take your first pill on the first Sunday after your period starts. You should use a backup contraceptive method, such as a barrier protector (i.e. condom), for the first seven days. You will also need to get into a routine of taking the pill at the same time each day, as they are most effective when taken consistently.
Are there any alternative treatments to oral contraception?
Yes, there are many different options for birth control. Other types of contraception include;
- Vaginal ring is a soft small plastic ring that is inserted into the vagina and lasts for about 21 days. It releases oestrogen and progesterone to prevent an egg from releasing and making it difficult for sperm to implant onto the womb's lining.
- Male and female condoms are made of thin latex, rubber or plastic that stop sperm from reaching the womb.
- Cap, the cap is a circular dome made out of silicone that is used in conjunction with a spermicide to kill sperm and prevent it from reaching the womb.
- A contraceptive patch delivers hormones to your body that work in the same way as the combined pill.
- Contraceptive implant: a thin rod that is inserted into the arm that releases progesterone into the body.
- The contraceptive injection works similarly to the implant and releases progesterone to prevent pregnancy.
- Diaphragm, a circle of silicone that is inserted into the vagina prior to sex in addition to a spermicide to prevent sperm from reaching the womb.
- Female sterilisation is an operation that will block the fallopian tubes and prevent any eggs from being fertilised or coming into contact with sperm
- IUD, an intrauterine device, also known as the coil, will stop sperm from reaching the egg and prevent an egg from implanting in the womb.
- Vasectomy, a minor operation for men that involves cutting or sealing the tubes that carry sperm so that it cannot reach the seminal fluid and be ejaculated during sex.
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