Micronor is a slightly older, traditional version of the mini pill which needs to be taken within a 3 hour window every day. Unlike standard newer desogestrel mini pills, it doesn't stop you releasing an egg. However, it may be worth a try if you're someone who is organised, and are experiencing bleeding problems on the newer mini pills.

What is in the Micronor pill?

35mcg
Androgenic progestogen

Alternative to Micronor pill

This contraceptive sits in Group 2 and has the same hormonal ingredient as:

Frequency

Daily

Effectiveness

93% - 99+%

Blood clot risk

None

Effect on fertility

None

FAQs

Does Micronor stop periods?


Can Micronor cause weight gain or loss?


Does Micronor make acne better or worse?


Can I take Micronor whilst breastfeeding?


Can I buy Micronor online?


Detailed information

How Micronor pill works:


How to use Micronor pill:


How safe is Micronor pill: