Cerazette are a type of hormonal contraceptive commonly known as the 'mini pill' or progestogen-only pill (POP).
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Cerazette is used for contraception (preventing pregnancy).
How to take
One Cerazette tablet should be taken every day on a continuous basis, ie you take the packs back to back without a break, including when you are having a period. (This is unlike the combined pill, which is usually taken every day for three weeks, followed by a pill-free week.)
The tablets should be swallowed with a drink. They can be taken either with or without food.
Cerazette tablets must be taken every day, at the same time every day, for them to be effective at preventing pregnancy.
If you are more than 12 hours late taking your pill, you will not be protected against pregnancy. If this happens, you should use an extra barrier method of contraception, eg condoms, for the next two days, while continuing with your normal pill taking.
This contraceptive pill will not protect you against sexually transmitted infections, so you may still need to use condoms as well.
The mini-pill can often cause menstrual irregularities, such as irregular bleeding or missed periods. These can be annoying, but tend to settle down after a while. If you have continued problems with irregular bleeding you should talk to your doctor. If you are worried that you could be pregnant because you have not had a period, you should ask your doctor or nurse for advice or do a pregnancy test.
Stop taking this medicine and consult your doctor immediately if you get any of the following symptoms: stabbing pains and/or unusual swelling in one leg, chest pain, pain on breathing or coughing, itching of the whole body, yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes (jaundice), sudden severe abdominal pain, or if you get pregnant.