Norifam Injectable Contraceptive

Norifam injection is a combination of two hormones Northisterone and Estradiol Valerate. Northisterone is a man-made form of progesterone that has number of uses. Low dose tablets are used to prevent pregnancy, medium dose tablets are used to treat heavy periods and high dose tablets are used to treat breast cancer and other female cancers. Estradiol Valerate is a prescription hormone replacement medication that contains estrogen.

Norifam is inidicated to prevent pregnancy. Your first Norifam injection shuld be on the first day of your menstrual cycle. The recommended dose is one (1) injection that is good for thirty days. A vaginal bleeding will occur one or two weeks after the first injection, this is normal.

Your ability to conceive will be back usually within 60 days after you last Norifam injection. Clinical check-ups should be done about every six months during the use of Norifam.

You should discontinue the use of Norifam if you have frequent occurrence of unusual severe headaches, unusual pain or swelling of the legs, tightness in the chest, hepatitis, onset jaundice, itching over the whole body, significant rise in blood pressure, increase in the frequency of epileptic seizure and pregnancy.

Comments

  1. I refused to take any contraceptives before, glad we are safe now..

  2. Is there any side effects on you? Me too, I never take any contraceptives, it somehow had side effects and indeed just made me sick, but hoping not to get pregnant again though.

  3. never tried contraceptives I hope it works perfectly fine to you..

  4. never heard of that contraceptive until now. I’m glad i don’t have to take anything because i did a non-invasive procedure to prevent me from getting pregnant too. in other words i will no longer get pregnant

  5. I took pills for a few months and stopped hoping to get pregnant.But I got pregnant after 4 years of marriage. This injectible is good alternative to pills though.

  6. Personally, I am not in favor of invasive contraceptives. I hope those who do take them will stay safe.

  7. I’d like to take pills or contraceptives to correct my hormonal imbalance but before doing so I need to see my doctor first.

  8. This is a helpful post for couple that into a family planning. Consulting a doctor is a must if someone wants to take this contraceptive because medicines has different effects to our body.

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