Cilique is a reversible contraceptive pill you can take to prevent pregnancy. Choose Cilique to regulate your periods and make them lighter. It is suitable for women up to the age of 50.

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3 months

3 x 21 tablet(s) / 250/35 mcg - £18.00

6 months

6 x 21 tablet(s) / 250/35 mcg - £27.00

How does Cilique work?

Cilique contains two types of female sex hormones which are similar to what your body naturally produces. These are norgestimate, a progestogen, and ethinylestradiol, an oestrogen. These hormones in Cilique work to:

  • stop you from releasing an egg from your ovaries during ovulation
  • make the fluid (mucus) in your cervix thicker which makes it harder for sperm to enter your womb

Cilique does not prevent you from getting sexually transmitted infections (STIs) like HIV. Use a condom to protect yourself and get regular STI checks at a sexual health clinic.

Who can use Cilique?

You can take Cilique if you:

  • have never had a blood clot or blood clotting disorder
  • do not have hepatitis C
  • do not need an operation soon
  • have never had a heart attack or stroke
  • do not have angina
  • do not have severe diabetes
  • do not have very high blood pressure
  • have low levels of fat and cholesterol in your blood
  • do not have hyperhomocysteinaemia
  • do not have womb, liver or breast cancer
  • do not have migraines with aura
  • have a healthy liver
  • are not allergic to any of the ingredients in Cilique
  • do not have unexplained vaginal bleeding
  • are not pregnant or breastfeeding

Please read the patient information leaflet and speak to your doctor for advice before you take Cilique.

Medically reviewed by:
Dr Crystal Wyllie Online Doctor

Crystal qualified in Medicine at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry in 2010. She then trained as a GP in London hospitals and practices. She has a particular interest in reproductive, sexual, and women’s health.

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Last reviewed: 01 Sep 2021

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