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Cerazette is a medicine used as an oral contraceptive pill to prevent pregnancy. It aids in preventing the release of the egg and sperm-sperm fertilization. For the vast majority of women, including nursing mothers, it is safe.

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Cerazette mainly stops ovulation by blocking the release of an egg from the ovary. The endometrium, the lining of the uterus, is also altered by desogestrel. It also makes it more difficult for sperm to enter the womb by thickening the natural mucus at the neck of the womb. This minimizes the successful fertilization of any egg that is released. This prevents a fertilized egg from adhering to the womb, thereby ending pregnancy.


Cerazette can be taken with or without food, but the best results come from taking it all at once. If you missed your dose, and you are late by 12 hours in taking the missed dose, in that case, you must use a condom while intercourse for a period of 2 days. It should be considered medical advice from your doctor. When drinking water, swallow the tablets whole. Depending on what you are using it for, you should adjust the dosage and frequency. For as long as it has been recommended for you, you should take this medication. Your doctor will decide how much you need to improve your symptoms.

Missed dose

If you miss your daily dose of Cerazette by more than 12 hours, you won't be protected from becoming pregnant. In addition to continuing your regular dosing schedule for the following two days, you should use a backup method of contraception, such as condoms.


You should get emergency medical help right away or call your healthcare provider if you experience an overdose and feel unwell.


Keep away from children's reach. Store at room temperature between 15 and 30 degrees C (59 and 86 degrees F) and away from excess moisture and heat. After the expiration date, discard any unused medication.

Side effects

Tell your doctor if these bother you or seem serious. The most frequent negative effects of this medication are acne, weight gain, nausea, and headaches. There might be ways to lessen or prevent them. Typically, it causes your menstrual cycle to be irregular; if this happens frequently, speak with your doctor.


If you experience unexplained limb pain or swelling, shortness of breath, chest pain, a severe headache, or changes in your vision, stop taking this medication and call your doctor right away. These might be vein-related blood clot symptoms.


HIV and other STDs are not prevented by cerazette for you or your partner. Emergency contraception does not include cerazette. If you are expecting a baby or are pregnant, avoid taking Cerazette. If you are taking any medications that may interact with Cerazette, such as anticonvulsants like phenytoin, carbamazepine, or topiramate, barbiturates like valium, please avoid taking Cerazette. If you have or have ever had chloasma (patches of yellow or brown pigmentation), do not take Cerazette. Don't give Cerazette to others to use, and keep it away from children. Anti-infectives (such as rifampicin, rifabutin, nelfinavir, griseofulvin, and cyclosporine), phenobarbital, St. John's Wort, and medical charcoal.

Is desogestrel and Cerazette the same?

Cerazette is a brand name for desogestrel 75 microgram tablets. It can be taken by most women, including breastfeeding mothers, heavy smokers and those with high blood pressure, migraine or a risk of blood clots.

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user3291555 Sep 6, 2021, 5:13:01 PM

Norethisterone Tablets for Period Delay come in 5mg doses and are mainly used to delay periods for up to 17 days. It also has other uses such as treatment of breast cancer or endometriosis. If you need to delay your period for less than 17 days, fewer tablets will be required. The period delaying tablets should be continued for as long as needed.

Truong Giang Nov 21, 2014, 1:26:43 AM

Noriday is an oral contraceptive pill used to prevent pregnancy. Like Cerazette, Noriday is a progestogen-only pill which means it only contains norethisterone, a synthetic version of the naturally occurring hormone progestogen. Unlike combined birth control pills, this medicine should be taken at the same time every day. Please refer to our guide for more information should you miss a pill.

Zehra nur Apr 12, 2020, 5:16:51 PM

The risk of this is higher with progestogen-only pills than with other forms of contraception, but is still lower than if you weren't using any contraception at all. This means you'll be taking one tablet every day all the time, including when you're having a period. Ask your doctor, pharmacist or local family planning clinic for advice. But, if this does happen, there's no evidence that the pills you have taken will harm the baby.

Ben carson May 2, 2013, 9:07:30 AM

How can I delay my period if I am taking the contraceptive pill? Women who take the mini pill (progestogen only pill), such as Cerazette and Cerelle, do not require period delay tablets, as bleeds do not occur when taking these types of pill. You may not be able to delay your period by simply taking two packets back to back.

habiba kessraoui Oct 16, 2012, 8:54:48 AM

If planning to be pregnant Desogestrel is not safe to use. Cerazette mg is available to order online from in 0.08 mg strength. If it is more than 12 hours, you may take the pill but the complete protection against pregnancy may not be there and you may need to resort to backup birth control methods such as condom for the next seven days. As per reports till now no serious conditions have been reported due to overdose of the medicine. The POP functions by preventing male sperms from reaching the womb and thereby preventing pregnancy from happening.

Zach Rice Jan 29, 2020, 2:40:35 PM

If you start taking Cerazette on, for instance, Tuesday, you should start with the pill marked with “Tue” in the first row. This means that you should take a Cerazette pill day after you have completed the pack you’ve been using. Women who haven’t been taking any type of hormonal birth control within the previous month need to start taking Cerazette pills on the first day of their period. For ease of use, the Cerazette pill packet is clearly marked, so you will be able to easily take one every day.

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