The Reproductive System

The leaflets in this section are authored by an experienced pharmacist. Pharmacists are experts in medicines. The medicines in this section include those which act on the reproductive systems of men and women. They include hormone containing contraceptives, treatment for erectile problems and treatments for heavy periods. If you've ever thought "Who shouldn't take danazol?", "How do I take my contraceptive?", "How do I get the most from my alprostadil treatment?" or "What problems can clomifene cause?" information leaflets in this section will have answers for you.

Alprostadil for erectile dysfunctionAlverine capsules (Audmonal, Spasmonal)
Buserelin for women (Suprecur)Clomifene tablets (Clomid)
Combined hormonal contraceptivesDanazol (Danol)
Emergency hormonal contraception (Levonelle, Isteranda, Upostelle, EllaOne)Ethinylestradiol for menopausal symptoms or menstrual disorders
Etonogestrel contraceptive implant (Nexplanon)Goserelin implant (Zoladex/Zoladex LA)
Medroxyprogesterone injection for contraception (Depo-Provera, SAYANA PRESS)Medroxyprogesterone tablets (Climanor, Provera)
Nafarelin nasal spray (Synarel)Norethindrone for painful or heavy menstrual periods (Aygestin)
Norethisterone contraceptive injection (Noristerat)Norethisterone for painful or heavy periods (Primolut N, Utovlan)
Progesterone (Crinone, Cyclogest, Gestone, Utrogestan)Progestin-only contraceptive tablets (Camila, Deblitane, Errin, Heather, Jolivette, Micronor, Nor-QD)
Progestogen-only contraceptive tabletsUlipristal acetate for uterine fibroids (Esmya)