Yes, especially if you are healthy and a non-smoker.
Micronor is a ‘mini pill’. It does not contain any estrogen, only artificial progestogen, which makes it a safer contraceptive pill to use for older women, women who smoke (although it is safer if you give up), women who are breastfeeding and women with a history of heart disease and blood clots.
- Ortho Micronor Information for Consumers
- Ortho Micronor Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Ortho Micronor (detailed)
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