Evra Patch

An effective contraceptive patch that is applied to the skin and changed once a week. When used correctly, it is 99 percent effective in preventing pregnancy.

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Only apply one patch at a time. Apply a patch to hairless, clean skin. Wear the patch for 7 days. On the same day, change the patch. After three weeks of continuous patch use, take a seven-day break.

Evra is also useful in the following contexts:
1 patch weekly for 9 weeks, then no patch for the next 4 or 7 days.
Continuous use: 1 patch per week, no breaks.

While wearing the patch, you can shower, sauna, and exercise. However, you should double-check that the patch has not come off as a result of these activities. To keep the patch in place, do not use tape.

The Evra Patch is a skin-sticking hormone-releasing patch. The patch measures about 2 inches by 2 inches. It contains synthetic oestrogen and progesterone, which are absorbed through the skin into the body. These hormones work to keep a woman from becoming pregnant.

You will be protected from pregnancy immediately if you apply the Evra patch on the first day of your period.

The patch is 99 percent effective when used correctly. If it is not used correctly, 9 out of every 100 users will become pregnant.

There are numerous benefits to using the contraceptive patch, especially if you are concerned about forgetting to take the pill. The patch must be changed weekly and can be worn while swimming, bathing, showering, in a hot tub, or sauna without interfering with sex.

Because the hormones are absorbed through the skin rather than the stomach, it will still work if you vomit or have diarrhea. It can also help with acne and make periods more regular, lighter, and less painful, according to some women. The patch may also reduce the risk of certain cancers, recurrent endometriosis after surgery, and help with polycystic ovarian syndrome problems (PCOS).

As long as your skin is clean, dry, and not overly hairy, you can apply the patch almost anywhere on your body. It is not recommended to apply the patch to sore or irritated skin, areas that may be rubbed by tight clothing (such as underneath the bra strap), or the breasts.

To avoid skin irritation, it is recommended that each patch be placed in a different location on the skin.