Order a further supply of Yasmin pill if you are currently on this oral contraceptive pill, without any GP appointments or hassle.

Simple Process! Complete a brief online questionnaire, select your pill and register or log in to make payment. Your order will be dispensed and dispatched to you in discreet packaging via registered royal mail post.


Complete a short consultation before selecting your medication. All our consultations are approved by a UK Medical Doctor.


Summary of available medications

Medication Quantity Price
Yasmin 3 one month calendar packs £23.95

All medications

Yasmin

Medication Quantity Price
Yasmin 3 one month calendar packs £23.95


All prices exclude prescription fee


What is Yasmin?

Yasmin is a popular combined oral contraceptive like many other hormone based pills. Yasmin allows you to enjoy sex without stressing about becoming pregnant. It contains the two hormones like most other combined pills and works by stopping you from ovulating and getting pregnant.

Is Yasmin a safe contraceptive?

Yes, Yasmin along with all other modern combined pills are very safe and reliable. The issues of weight gain associated with the pill are also non-existent in the new pills and was related to the pills from the past. As long as you use Yasmin as prescribe it is virtually impossible for you to become pregnant unless you come off the pill.

Should I use a condom just in-case?

You should use a condom to protect against sexually transmitted infections, as far as getting pregnant is concerned, if you are taking Yasmin, the pill will stop you from getting pregnant without using any condoms. However, STIs like chlamydia, gonorrhoea, herpes and HPV are very common and often symptomless therefore avoid unprotected sex unless your partner has been tested and clear of any infections.

Why is Yasmin a good contraceptive pill?

Yasmin like other combined pills prevents you from becoming pregnant in three ways. It thickens the mucus around the womb to stop sperm entering, suppresses ovulation (releasing of the egg) and if both of these fail then finally Yasmin will stop the egg from being implanted in the womb and develop.

Am I at a risk of thrombosis?

All combined pills are linked a higher risk of thrombosis, the risk is currently unclear with not much conclusive research. Although one study suggested this to be true, another study was done and counteracted the results from the first study. Further research is needed to clarify this hypothesis. As you get older coupled with drinking alcohol and smoking, the risk of thrombosis is increased. If you are overweight (male or female) or have a family history of blood clots you are at a higher risk. If any of this applies to you then you must speak to your GP as Yasmin might not be suitable for you.

Is Yasmin suitable for breastfeeding women?

No, combined contraceptive pills including Yasmin are not suitable for breastfeeding mothers. If you require an oral contraceptive then speak to your GP as you will require a single hormone progesterone only pill often known as the mini pill.

Yasmin contains the active ingredients drospirenone 3mg and ethinylestradiol 0.03mg which are similar to the hormones oestrogen and progestogen. Drospirenone is the ingredient which can also treat acne.

Take one tablet daily at the same time each day for 21 consecutive days, followed by a 7 day break with no tablets. Yasmin should be started on day one of a woman’s menstrual cycle, although if started between days 2-5 an additional method of contraception is necessary for the first 7 days.

Common side effects of taking Yasmin include:

  • Depression or mood changes
  • Headache
  • Migraine
  • Nausea
  • Breast pain
  • Bleeding between periods
  • Change in vaginal discharge

Uncommon side effects of taking Yasmin include:

  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhoea
  • Breast enlargement
  • Vaginal infection
  • Acne
  • Severe itching
  • High or low blood pressure
  • Weight changes
  • Fluid retention

Rare, serious side effects of taking Yasmin include:

  • Hearing impairment
  • Severe allergic reaction
  • Blood clots
  • Slight increase in the risk of breast and cervical cancer
  • Liver problems