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Buy Microgestin 21 Online

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BRAND LISTING - Microgestin 21 (Norethindrone Acetate/Ethinyl Estradiol)
Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
1.5mg/30mcg (3 x 21 day)
1mg/20mcg (3 x 21 day)

Microgestin 21

Microgestin 21 is a combination birth control medication that works three ways. It contains two hormones, a progestin called Norethindrone acetate and an estrogen called Ethinyl estradiol. These two drugs work together to prevent pregnancy by stopping the maturation and release of eggs from your ovaries, changing the cervical mucus, and altering the lining of your uterus.

Preventing eggs from maturing and being released means that there is nothing for the sperm to fertilize. The change in the cervical fluid makes it difficult for the sperm to enter the uterus in the first place. If both of those obstacles aren’t enough to prevent pregnancy, the lining in the uterus is made less receptive for an embryo to attach. Microgestin 21 comes as a pack of 21 pills taken for 21 consecutive days, then seven days without pills before starting a new pack.

An unplanned pregnancy is not the only reason some women choose oral contraceptives. The estrogen found in Microgestin 21 can also help clear acne by decreasing the levels of testosterone which slows down oil production. Ovulation can trigger cell changes in your ovaries, possibly leading to cancer; the less times you ovulate, the lesser the risk for endometrial and ovarian cancer. When you take birth control you don’t ovulate, so your uterine lining does not build up as much meaning you bleed less and for a shorter time.

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