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Ortho Evra Patch

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Ortho Evra Patch (1 unit = 3 patches) 1 unit Buy Now ->
Ortho Evra Patch (1 unit = 3 patches) 3 units Buy Now ->
Ortho Evra Patch (1 unit = 3 patches) 6 units Buy Now ->


What's The Birth Control Patch (Ortho Evra)?
Ortho Evra is a tiny skin patch with the same hormones as in many birth control pills. Women can wear this patch on the buttocks, abdomen, upper torso (except for the breasts), or the outer part of the upper arm. You should not place the patch on skin that is red, irritated, or cut, or skin where you apply makeup, creams, or powders.

How Does the Birth Control Patch Work?
A new birth control patch is worn for one week and then replaced on the same day of the week for three consecutive weeks. The fourth week is a "patch-free week". This is when you should have your period.

Women should only wear one patch at a time.

The contraceptive patch prevents pregnancy by delivering a continuous amount of two hormones, estrogen and progestin, through the skin and into the blood stream.

Are There Side Effects Associated With The Birth Control Patch?
There are a few possible side effects of the birth control patch that include:
Breast tenderness, Headache, Rash or redness at the site of the patch, Nausea, Menstrual cramps.

Who Shouldn't Get the Birth Control Patch?
Some women should not get the Ortho Evra birth control patch. They include women: with blood clots, history of heart attack, or stroke.
over 35, who smoke cigarettes.
with certain cancers, such as breast cancer.
who are pregnant or think they might be pregnant.





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