What is EVRA?
EVRA is a contraceptive method used to prevent pregnancy.
How does EVRA work?
EVRA contains two types of sex hormones, a progestogen called norelgestromin and an oestrogen called ethinyl estradiol. Because it contains two hormones, EVRA is called a ‘combined hormonal contraceptive’, which works mainly by preventing the release of an egg (ovulation) during your menstrual cycle.
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What are the benefits of taking EVRA?
Using EVRA provides women with protection against unwanted pregnancies, allowing them more freedom with both their daily lives and sex lives. Because of the hormones it contains, EVRA can also help to regulate a woman’s menstrual cycle, or stop symptoms altogether for those who suffer badly.
As a combined hormonal contraceptives (CHCs), EVRA is one of the most reliable reversible methods of contraception (if used properly). It’s also a highly convenient form of contraception, because it doesn’t require you to remember to take it on a daily basis
How do I use the Evra Patch?
The Evra Patch is a prescription-only medication. Always follow the advice of your doctor and read the patient information leaflet provided in the medication packet.
The EVRA drug comes as a patch with a sticky side that adheres to your skin. With clean, dry hands, open the foil packet and remove the patch, as well as the clear plastic that covers it. Firmly press the sticky side of the patch on to your skin, on either the abdomen/stomach, buttocks, upper back, or the outside part of your upper arm. Hold for about 10 seconds and then leave it on for exactly 7 days before replacing with a new one using the same method. Repeat this for 3 weeks and then have 7 days with no patch on (for which time you will still be protected against pregnancy).
Always change your EVRA on the same day of each week and never wear the same one for more than 7 days in a row. Only wear one patch at a time and do not cut or tamper with them in any way. Ensure that you apply your patches in a spot where there is no irritation or redness and do not use creams, oils, lotions or makeup in the same spot. To help avoid irritation, try and apply your next patch to a different suitable spot than the previous one.
When should I use the Evra Patch?
If you are not using hormonal contraception at present (or in the past month) or are swapping from oral contraceptive, then you should wait for your period to begin and then apply the patch on the first day. If you start your EVRA patch after the first day of your period then you should use additional contraception (non-hormonal, like condoms) until day 8, when you apply the next patch.
The patches are designed to work during normal activities like showering, exercising and using a sauna, however you should just check that the patch has not fallen off after these activities.
For women who have just had a baby, an abortion or miscarriage, your doctor can advise you about using EVRA.
What is the proper dosage of Evra?
Each 20 cm2 EVRA transdermal patch contains 6 mg norelgestromin (NGMN) and 600 micrograms ethinyl estradiol (EE).