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Cerelle prevents sperm cells from entering the womb and the egg cell from maturing. It protects women from pregnancy by containing a small amount of female sex hormone, progestogen desogestrel.
If hormonal contraception is not used at the moment (or within the last month), you can wait for your period and then take the first Cerelle tablet on the first day. You can take Cerelle tablets if you are on another contraceptive pill. The first Cerelle tablet should be taken on the same day as the last tablet in the current pack. In the duration of not taking Cerelle, you should use other contraceptive methods, such as condoms, to protect yourself against pregnancy.
Women who just had a baby can return to Cerelle if they follow the guidelines. You can begin taking the tablets between 21 and 28 days following the birth. Your doctor will be able to advise you about Cerelle if you are pregnant or have had an abortive or miscarriage.
Each packet is marked with the days of the week and arrows to help users determine the best direction. The day you start taking your first pill is determined by the day of the week. If you are starting on Wednesday, then you should take the tablet in the row marked "Wed". You will need to follow the arrows and take one tablet per day until you finish the entire pack. Then, start the next pack.
You can always take the next pill if you forget a pill. Within this timeframe, you will be protected from pregnancy. You should not miss a missed pill if you are more than 12hrs late. Instead, you should take it as soon you remember to and then take the next one at the regular time. It may mean that you take two pills in one day. If you skip the tablets often, you may not be protected against pregnancy anymore, and you should consider using other methods of contraception during the next seven days.
The active ingredient might not have been fully absorbed if you vomit within 3-4 hours of taking Cerelle tablets or experience severe diarrhoea. Use additional contraception if necessary.
Serious allergic reaction (such as the swollen face, difficulty swallowing, hives, or difficulty breathing);
Ectopic pregnancy, where a baby develops somewhere outside of the womb and can be indicated by sudden, severe pain in the lower abdomen;
Severe pain or swelling in either of your legs, unexplained pains in the chest, breathlessness, an unusual cough, or coughing up blood
Decreased sexual drive;
Irregular or no menstruation;
Increased body weight;
Infection of the vagina;
Difficulties in wearing contact lenses;
Painful blue-red skin lumps.
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