Norimin Tablets

Norimin is a type of combined hormonal contraceptive (CHC) known as ‘the pill’, or the combined oral contraceptive pill (COCP). ...
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Norimin Tablets
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Brand Medicine Strength Size Price
- - 63 tablets (3 months) 21.00
- - 126 Tablets (6 Months) 26.00

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About Norimin Tablets

Norimin is a type of combined hormonal contraceptive (CHC) known as ‘the pill’, or the combined oral contraceptive pill (COCP). It contains two active ingredients which are synthetic (man-made) forms of naturally occurring female sex hormones. These are ethinyl estradiol (a synthetic form of oestrogen) and norethisterone (a synthetic form of progesterone). CHCs such as Norimin prevent the release of an egg from the ovary (ovulation). They change the mucus in the cervix (entrance to the womb) and the lining in the womb which helps make it difficult for sperm to reach an egg, or for an egg to embed itself in the womb lining.

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What is Norimin?

Norimin is a contraceptive pill that is known as a combined oral contraceptive as it contains both estrogen and progestogen hormones. Such contraceptives prevent pregnancy by preventing the release of egg from the ovary during menstrual cycles. The contraceptive action is also aided by changes to the mucus found in the cervix. This contraceptive pill also used in the treatment of irregular, painful and heavy periods.

How Does Norimin Work?

Norimin is made of two active ingredients ethinylestradiol and norethisterone. These are synthetic hormones that are like the natural female sex hormones oestrogen and progesterone. 

In a normal menstrual cycle, the levels of sex hormones fluctuate through each month to aid the process of ovulation. Due to these hormones, an egg Is released from the ovaries (ovulation) and the womb is prepared for pregnancy. If the egg remains unfertilized at the end of the cycle, the hormone levels fall, and lining of the womb is shed which causes menstruation. Combined oral contraceptives like Norimin override this normal menstrual cycle.

The synthetic hormones in the pill make your body think that ovulation has already occurred. This prevents the process of ovulation from occurring. Another way these hormones prevent pregnancy is by increasing the thickness of mucus in the cervix. This prevents the sperm from entering the womb and fertilizing an egg. Norimin can also change the quality of the endometrium to prevent fertilized eggs from implanting to it.

What Are the Benefits of Taking Norimin?

Some benefits of Norimin are:

  • Prevents pregnancy if used correctly.
  • Does not interrupt sexual intercourse.
  • Regulates the menstrual cycle and treats painful and heavy periods.

How Do I Use Norimin?

Norimin is an oral contraceptive that needs to be swallowed with a glass of water. Take Norimin regularly unless otherwise directed by your doctor, preferably at the same time every day and follow all the directions present in the patient leaflet. For more information on when to start taking Norimin, contact your doctor or pharmacist.

Norimin Tablets Dosage

Norimin needs to be taken everyday even if you are not regularly sexually active. To maintain protection, you should avoid missing any tablets of Norimin.

Norimin Precautions and Side Effects

Side Effects

Like all medicines, Norimin may have some side effects that may or may not occur in the users. Below are some side effects associated with Norimin:

  • Nausea and vomiting.
  • Abdominal pain.
  • Headache/migraine.
  • Decreased sex drive.
  • Breast tenderness and enlargement.
  • Weight changes.
  • Fluid retention
  • Vaginal thrush (candidiasis).
  • Alterations in menstrual bleeding, lighter periods or stopping of periods.
  • Menstrual spotting or breakthrough bleeding.
  • Depression
  • Rise in blood pressure.
  • Skin reactions.
  • Chloasma or irregular brown patches on the face.
  • Disturbance in liver function.
  • Gallstones
  • Blood clots in the blood vessels

Since everyone reacts to medicines differently, this may not be a complete list of all possible side effects. If you notice other effects not mentioned above, contact your physician right away. You can contact your pharmacist or doctor to discuss the associated risks of this medicine in more detail.


Here are some things to consider before taking Norimin:

  • Norimin does not provide protection against STDs and you may still need condoms for full protection from such infections.
  • Contraceptive pills like Norimin tend to cause menstrual irregularities such as missed periods, spotting or irregular cycles. These may disappear after some time. However, if irregularities persist, contact your doctor for more information.
  • Women on hormonal contraceptives like Norimin have a slightly increased risk of developing breast cancer as compared to women who do not use them. You can discuss the risks and benefits of using Norimin with your doctor.
  • Women on a combined pill like Norimin have a slightly increased risk of developing a blood clot in a vein, lungs, or artery. as compared to women who do not use them. However, pregnancy may pose a higher risk of blood clots than such pills. You can discuss the risks and benefits of using Norimin with your doctor.


While on Norimin you should:

  • Visit your gynaecologist or GP for regular check ups
  • Regularly get cervical smear tests to detect any cervical cancer threats.
  • Perform regular self-examination of your breasts and nipples every month. Inform your doctor if you see any lumps, changes in size or dimpling.
  • Tell your doctor about Norimin before you take a blood test or operation.

High-Risk Groups

High-risk groups for Norimin include:

  • Women who have had menopause or are over 35 years.
  • Women who have a family history of stroke caused by blood clots.
  • Smokers
  • Obese women.
  • Diabetic women
  • Women with hypertension
  • Women with heart failure.
  • Women who use a wheelchair.
  • Women with anaemia
  • Women with a history of severe depression
  • Women who have suffered from migraines
  • Women with Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis.
  • Women with hyperprolactinaemia.
  • Women with an untreated breast lump or gene mutations
  • Women with a personal or family history hypertriglyceridemia
  • Women with a history of chloasma

Norimin Indications

Norimin is indicated for:

  • Contraceptive
  • Irregular, heavy or painful periods.

How Do I Buy Norimin Online?

You can purchase Norimin contraceptive pills online in the UK from [this website] after filling out a prescription form. Contraceptive pills should be taken exactly as directed by the instructions on the pack or your doctor’s prescription. Any misuse of the drug can have potentially harmful effects on your health and make you prone to pregnancy or side effects of the medicine.
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