The Evra contraceptive patch contains synthetic oestrogen (ethinylestradiol) and progestogen (norelgestromin) and prevents pregnancy in the same way as the combined contraceptive pill, except that the hormones are administered to the body through a patch that is stuck onto the skin. It only needs to be replaced once a week to avoid pregnancy when used correctly, and is popular with women who don't want to take a pill every day.
You can order Evra (Ortho Evra) contraceptive patches online at OnlineClinic in the recommended dose of 203mcg / 34mcg. Evra patches can be purchased in packs of 9 or 18. The inconvenience of obtaining and attending face-to-face doctor's appointments can be avoided by ordering your contraceptive patches online at OnlineClinic. Evra contraceptive patches are over 99% effective in successfully preventing pregnancy when used correctly and have the additional benefit of treating acne and hirsutism, reducing ovarian cysts and improving endometriosis. The Evra patch is considered to be a convenient alternative to contraceptive pills. Extra packs of Evra patches can be purchased quickly online via our fast repeat ordering process. A reminder service will prompt you to buy additional patches when they're needed.
This effective and proven contraceptive patch can be ordered at OnlineClinic quickly and confidentially after completing a simple online consultation. Once approved, your contraceptive patches will be delivered to you in discreet packaging via our fast and completely free next day delivery service.
Evra (also referred to as Ortho Evra) is a contraceptive patch that women can buy to prevent pregnancy. This sticky patch is placed on the skin and releases two hormones (ethinylestradiol and norelgestromin) through the skin and into the bloodstream to stop ovulation. The Evra contraceptive patch is 5cm x 5cm and works similarly to a nicotine patch. It should be used during the 21 days of your menstrual cycle, but will remain effective for a whole month. The Evra patch is available in a 203mcg / 34mcg dose. This is the recommended dosage according to our partner doctors.
Evra is proven to treat acne and hirsutism, reduce ovarian cysts and improve endometriosis. The patch also offers protection against developing ovarian cysts and uterine and ovarian cancers. An Evra patch is a convenient alternative to contraceptive pills like Mercilon and Cerazette. Women who don't want to think about contraception every day often choose Evra for this reason. The transdermal patch remains effective even if you're suffering from vomiting or diarrhoea. That's because it doesn't have to be digested like the pill, as the hormones are administered through the skin. This also reduces the risk of developing nausea or stomach and digestive upsets.
|Short facts about the Evra patch|
|How to use||
1 Evra patch remains effective for a week and should be changed weekly on the same. After 3 weeks (21 days) you should take a week off before beginning your next course of Evra.
|How it works||
Ethinylestradiol and norelgestromin (2 hormones in the patch) enter the blood through the skin and change the environment of your reproductive system. They thicken the mucus in the cervix, prevent the womb lining from thickening and stop ovulation.
Evra patches work in 3 different ways to prevent pregnancy. Also, you should be protected against pregnancy during the week off. If used on the first day of your period the Evra patch will work immediately.
You can buy Evra (Ortho Evra) patches at OnlineClinic in a recommended 203 mcg / 34 mcg dosage.
Side effects aren't very common, but can potentially include skin itching, dizziness and weight gain.
Each contraceptive patch contains a synthetic oestrogen called ethinylestradiol and a synthetic progestogen called norelgestromin. These hormones work together in the same way as the hormones in combined pills; they change the environment of your reproductive system so it's almost impossible to conceive.
The progestogen thickens the mucous in the cervix, making it almost impossible for sperm to reach the womb, and prevents the womb lining from thickening, so the life source of a fertilised egg is removed and it can't develop. The oestrogen prevents your ovaries from releasing a mature egg by tricking your body into thinking ovulation has already happened, which means there's nothing to be fertilised.
Listed below are some useful tips and instruction regarding how you should use the Evra patch:
Evra contains similar hormones to the contraceptive pill, which means you may experience side effects like thrush, mood changes, dizziness, acne, skin itching, muscle spasms, tiredness and weight gain. The dose of oestrogen in each Evra patch is higher than other contraceptives, so you are more likely to develop oestrogen-related side effects like water retention and headaches. Evra can also potentially cause swelling, increased fat levels in the blood, uncontrollable emotions, anxiety, insomnia, reduced libido and vaginal bleeding or dryness, though these are very uncommon. Rare side effects can possibly include abnormal crying or emotion, inflammation of the gall bladder, hives and increased cholesterol levels. In very rare cases, Evra can cause aggression.
Before you buy the Evra patch online you must consider the precautions associated with this contraceptive patch:
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