Meet Daily Pills
Be in control
  • Low dose, very safe

  • 99% effective

  • Stop today, get pregnant tomorrow

  • Very affordable (cheaper than roasted corn)

  • Regulates your cycle

  • Lighter less painful period

Be in control
  • Treatment of painful menstruation

  • Treatment of heavy menstruation

  • Treatment of Pre-menstrual syndrome (including mild acne)

  • Low dose and effective

  • Offers Great cycle control

  • Treats dysfunctional uterine bleeding

Be in control
  • Treatment of severe acne

  • Treatment of hirsutism

  • Seborrhea

  • Treatment of Polycystic ovarian symptoms

  • Pregnancy prevention

“Daily (Contraceptive) Pills are taken everyday for 21 to 28 days and you should start another pack as soon as you finish the last one”


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Here’s how to use it

Take one tablet daily.  There are 2 ways to start;

  • You can start taking the pills during the first 5 days of your period and it starts working immediately.
  • Or if you are not on your period, you can start the pills anytime, but you need to avoid sex for the first 7 days, or if body is doing you to do then use a Fiesta or Kiss condom for the first 7 days.
Additional Knowledge

How does it work?

Daily Pills contain hormones that work with your body to delay ovulation (release of egg) and thicken the mucus at the cervix (entrance to the womb) so sperm cannot reach the egg.

Can I use Daily Pills?

Yes, you can but you cannot use it if you; are pregnant, have or have had a heart attack or stroke, have breast cancer or have diabetes or high blood pressure. Please speak with a doctor before you start using any of the Daily Pills.

Should I be worried?

Not really! Because the side effects with daily pills are very minimal and not everyone will have them and most side effects will disappear after the first pack or two. It is common to see one or more of these side effects: headache, nausea, menstrual changes (like lighter, less painful periods).

How do I go about missed pill?

If you miss your pill for one day, take two pills the next day.

If you miss your pills for two consecutive days, on the third day take only two pills. In addition, you need to abstain or use condom for the next 7 days and start a new pack immediately.

I’m breastfeeding, can I use Daily Pills?

🙂 Yes, you can use the Daily Pills while breastfeeding but your baby must be 6 months or older.





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