Nuvaring Product Description
The NuvaRing vaginal ring includes Ethinyl estradiol and etonogestrel, both of which are female hormones that suppress ovulation (the release of an egg from an ovary). This medication’s hormones also induce changes in your cervical mucus and uterine lining, making it more difficult for sperm to reach the uterus and a fertilized egg to attach to the uterus. This vaginal ring is used to prevent conception as a form of contraception.
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How to Insert Nuvaring?
- Insert the folded ring into the vagina and gently push it up further with your index finger.
- When you insert NuvaRing, it may be in a variety of locations in your vagina, but the ring does not have to be in a certain position for it to operate.
- The ring may shift somewhat within your vagina. This is quite normal. Although some women may be aware of the NuvaRing in their vagina, the majority of women do not notice it when it is in place.
- If you simply use your NuvaRing during intercourse, it will not prevent pregnancy. You must wear the ring 24 hours a day, seven days a week for three weeks (21 days). Wear no more than one ring at a time.
- You may need to use backup birth control for 7 days after putting your first vaginal ring (condoms or spermicide, but not a diaphragm or female condom).
- Remove the ring after 21 days and wait 7 full days before inserting a fresh ring. Avoid wearing the ring for more than three weeks. If you fall behind schedule or have difficulty removing a vaginal ring, contact your doctor.
Nuvaring Side Effects
Here are some of the most common adverse effects:
- headaches, mood swings, and diminished sexual desire
- vaginal discomfort or discharge, cervix pain;
- menstrual cramping, breast discomfort, or tenderness
- nauseousness, vomiting, and stomach discomfort
- Acne or gaining weight
- If you are pregnant or have just had a baby, do not use a NuvaRing.
- Smoking increases your chances of developing blood clots, having a stroke, or having a heart attack. If you smoke and are above the age of 35, you should not use this vaginal ring.
Frequently Asked Questions
-How effective is this medication?
This medication, like the pill, has been demonstrated to be 98 percent effective when used as advised. Your chances of getting pregnant are dependent on how effectively you use the medication. The better you follow the instructions, the less likely you are to become pregnant.
-Will Nuvaring dissolve?
No. Because this is not biodegradable, it will not disintegrate. Over the course of three weeks, it distributes a modest dosage of hormones into your bloodstream. After that, you must remove it, take a week off from using the ring, and replace it 7 days later.