At OnlineClinic, we offer Ovranette in both a three-month and six-month supply. As the recommended timeframe to start a new contraceptive pill is three months, you can begin a tester session of Ovranette before committing for six months. Alternatively, a six month supply means you don't have to head to the doctor's every time you need to renew your contraception, saving time booking and waiting for appointments.
Ordering medication in the UK requires a prescription slip that we can provide you with after a quick online consultation. Once approved, Ovranette can be issued to you for next day delivery. You avoid unnecessary wait times at doctors' surgeries and pharmacies for combined contraception options, which is delivered to your door free of charge. Our medication is also discreetly packaged so you can get contraception delivered anywhere you please.
Ovranette is a combined contraceptive pill that is 99% effective at preventing pregnancy, as well as posing a few other advantages such as regulating irregular periods, lightening flow and reducing cramps and pains caused by your time of the month. It is known as the combined pill as it contains both synthetic oestrogen and progesterone, in this case, ethinylestradiol and levonorgestrel.
You can buy Ovranette online to remain fully protected, although it's worth noting that the contraceptive pill cannot protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
|Short facts about Ovranette|
|How to take||
One pill taken daily at around the same time for 21 days straight followed by a seven-day break. Each pill can be taken with or without food.
|How it works||
Ovranette contains both synthetic versions of oestrogen and progesterone - ethinylestradiol and levonorgestrel respectively – and works by influencing the menstrual to prevent pregnancy.
Ovranette is 99% effective when taken correctly and has other benefits such as regulating periods and lessening cramps and pains associated with the time of the month.
Every blister pack has the same dosage of 150mcg ethinylestradiol and 30mcg of levonorgestrel. This is the only dosage available to buy.
Side effects for Ovranette are rare but can include headaches, nausea, water retention based weight gain and breast tenderness. This usually disappears within the fist three months of taking a new contraceptive pill.
The success of Ovranette lies in the active ingredients ethinylestradiol (oestrogen) and levonorgestrel (protesterone). These are synthetic versions of the naturally occurring hormones in the female body that works by manipulating the menstrual cycle into thinking ovulation has already happened. It can also thicken the womb mucus, making it more difficult for any sperm to reach the egg. This offers the additional benefit of a lighter more manageable period, but ultimately near total protection against pregnancy.
As Ovranette is a combined pill, it is also available to buy in 21 tablets per month, although you can get a 3-month or 6-month dosage at one time. This means there is a 7-day break before starting each new blister pack.
If you miss one pill in 21 days, this shouldn't affect the efficiency of Ovranette, however a couple or more could means this combined pill isn't as effective. For more information, check out our combined pill page.
Ovranette is a monophasic version of the combined pill meaning it has equal amounts of synthetic hormones present in each tablet. There is 150mcg of ethinylestradiol and 30mcg of levonorgestrel, and you can either buy 63 tablets for a 3 month supply or 126 tablets for 6 months.
Side effects of combined pills, Ovranette included, can come about for a minority of women during the first three months of starting the medication. This is because your body is becoming accustomed to the new hormones. Doctors recommend sticking with each pill option, combined and mini pill, for at least three months before requesting a change unless your side effects are particularly severe. Some side effects include nausea and vomiting, abdominal pain, headaches, breast tenderness or enlargement, weight fluctuation (down to temporary water retention), vaginal thrush or menstrual spotting. For the full list of side effects, please refer to our patient leaflet attached to the right of the page.
There are some precautions associated with Ovranette to be aware of before purchase, all of which will be detailed by your doctors or available in patient leaflets online. The most common, are if you have or are:
It's always worth remembering that oral contraceptives such as Ovranette don't protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Condoms – aka barrier contraception – are the best option to significantly reduce the risk of contracting an infection. If you experience diarrhoea or vomiting when taking combined contraceptives, effectiveness can diminish and you should refer to the missed pill protocol.