Ovranette is a low dose oral contraceptive pill that can provide effective protection against pregnancy. Using its active ingredients ethinylestradiol and levonorgestrel both synthetic forms of oestrogen and progesterone, it overrides the normal menstrual cycle and the levels of hormones in the body to prevent pregnancy. This contraceptive pill is one of the most prescribed contraceptive pills around and is almost 100% effective at preventing pregnancy if taken correctly. Some women have also found that this contraceptive pill can help to reduce uncomfortable pre-menstrual symptoms.
Ovranette contraceptive pill contains two artificial hormones, ethinylestradiol and levonorgestrel. These hormones aim to prevent the process of ovulation, by working in three ways. They prevent the release of an egg from the ovaries by tricking the brain into believing it has already happened. Secondly, they thin the lining of the womb, making it difficult for an egg to implant itself successfully to grow. Thirdly, they thicken the mucus in the cervix so that it is harder for sperm to enter the womb and fertilise an egg.
The Ovranette pill, if taken on the first day of the menstrual cycle can provide immediate contraceptive cover. Additional benefits may include:
This treatment does not protect against sexually transmitted infections, so therefore, an additional non-hormonal contraceptive barrier is required to prevent from STIs.
It is possible to buy Ovranette online you are a woman age 18 years old or older and require an effective hormonal contraceptive method. However, it is possible that this pill may not be suitable for women with certain pre-existing conditions. It is therefore important that you specify during the medical consultation any ailments or medication you may be currently taking to ensure the doctor takes these into consideration.
Ovranette contraceptive pill may not be deemed suitable for:
Other medications may affect the effectiveness of this pill, therefore it is important that you mention any other medications you may be using in your online consultation form.
Ovranette combined contraceptive pill is easy to use, but a consistent routine must be kept to ensure effective coverage at all times. Each pill consists of 30mcg ethinylestradiol and 150mcg levonorgestrel.
After the seven day break, you can start again with the next pack. You may experience withdrawal bleeding during the seven day break, which is normal as the body excretes the hormones from circulation.
If you forget to use your Ovranette pill, then you should make sure you use it as soon as you remember. If 24 hours have passed before you remember, then you should not try to compensate for the missed pill dosage by taking two Ovranette pills. Just use one and continue your daily pill schedule. It is recommended you use a barrier contraceptive such as a condom, if you've forgotten to take your pill, as this additional contraceptive option is necessary for up to 7 days until you are fully covered again.
Like most prescription medications, the Ovranette pill may cause certain side effects, however, for the most part they are usually temporary and mild in nature. The most common side effects of this pill include:
These side effects are just a selection from the product information leaflet so please ensure you read the leaflet carefully and ask your doctor about other possible side effects. To minimise the risk of side effects, ensure you do not take the pill if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or have any intolerances to ethinylestradiol or levonorgestrel.
Yes, you can order Ovranette online at Meds4All even if you do not have a prescription. Upon selecting your pill, you will be asked to complete a free and discreet online consultation form. This will allow our registered doctor to make sure the treatment you select is right for you. If your form is approved, a prescription will then be sent to our pharmacy where it will be dispensed and delivered straight to your door the same or next day.
Combined contraceptive pills with higher hormone levels are known to be more effective compared to those with a lower hormone level, but are also known to provide a higher risk of side effects.
Treatments containing oestrogen have more risk of serious side effects such as increased blood pressure or heart attacks compared to those containing progesterone. Progestogen only contraceptives are a little less effective than combined hormonal pills but present less risk of side effects.
After you have stopped using a contraceptive method and you are looking to get pregnant, it is recommended that you wait for at least 2-3 standard menstrual cycles before attempting. It may take a few months for the body to return back to normal after stopping the use of a hormonal pill, and it is known that prolonged usage may affect the ease of pregnancy.
There is not a definitive answer to this question as every woman's body reacts differently to hormones. Gaining weight and loss of libido is seen as a common side effect when using hormonal contraceptives such as Ovranettem, but this can vary widely depending on the individual. For most, the hormones cause an increase in appetite, which then means more food is consumed and stored in the body. On the other hand, weight loss is easier once the treatment has been discontinued. Due to the effects the hormones have on the body, long term use may affect a woman's libido.
Yes, this is possible, but please ensure you speak with your doctor if considering this. Practicing such can affect the efficacy of the pill in general use. It is better to discuss what other contraceptive methods can work better in extending your cycles through the year