Comes in packs of 28 small tablets to take daily within the same 12 hour window
We’ll ask you some questions about your health, family history and any contraception you use. Our prescribers review your answers before prescribing.
What happens next
We’ll ask you questions about your health, family history and current contraceptive use. Our prescribers will review your answers before prescribing.
Free discreet delivery
Delivery is included. Your order will be delivered in plain packaging by 1st Class post. We'll send you updates and a tracking code by text message.
Clinical support by text
Get support from our specialist clinicians at any time. Reply to one of our texts to ask a question. We’re here to help.
Top up reminders
We make it easy to reorder. A few weeks before you are due to run out, we'll send you a text message reminder.
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How to take Cerelle
Take one pill every day within the same 12 hour window. Don’t take a break between packs. There are 28 pills per pack.
You are protected from pregnancy straight away if you start taking the progestogen only pill on the first day of your period. When you stop using the pill your fertility will return to normal.
When to try Cerelle
Cerelle is suitable for people who can’t take oestrogen or the combined pill. You need to take a Cerelle pill within the same 12 hour period each day.
If you are using a 3 hour pill and you often forget to take it on time, you might find it easier to take Cerelle. It’s ok to try different oral contraception for a few months each. Keep a record of how you feel and how each pill affects your body and mind.
How Cerelle affects your period
Cerelle can make your periods irregular. You may bleed less often or periods may stop completely. Your periods could become lighter or heavier. Some women find Cerelle helps with premenstrual symptoms or painful periods.
Do Cerelle and Cerazette cause bleeding?
Cerelle and Cerazette are both types of the progestogen only pill (also known as the ‘mini pill’).
Irregular bleeding is common on the progestogen only pill, which can make periods more irregular, lighter, heavier, more frequent, or in some people, stop altogether.
Is daily light bleeding on Cerelle normal?
Yes, it takes a few months for your body to adapt to the changes from the hormones, and irregular bleeding is common on the progestogen only pill,
The best time to assess is after you have been on the pill for 3-6 months when your body has got used to your new pill and hopefully settled.