Buying Ovranette combined contraceptive tablets online here at Medilico is a quick and easy process. To order Ovranette contraceptive pills you will need to complete a simple and confidential online consultation at the checkout section when you select your chosen medication. Your completed consultation form will be reviewed by a member of our team of UK registered doctors. Our registered doctor will approve this prescription if Ovranette is a compatible medication for you when taken to prevent pregnancy. All of the treatments we provide are approved by the National Pharmacy Association .
Your order of Ovranette 150mcg / 30mcg combined contraceptive pills will be delivered to you via our next day delivery service. All of the treatments we offer online are delivered to the allocated address in plain, discreet packaging with no mention of our brand. This ensures that privacy is upheld.
When ordering from a certified online pharmacy, you can be ensured that your medication is safe. If the pharmacy doesn't ask you to complete essential health and medical question, however, this is a telltale sign that the website isn't certified. The website should also display clear signs that it is registered and approved by the relevant authorities. In the UK, this includes being registered by the MHRA and GMC.
All medication will be delivered in tamper proof packaging complete with the full patient leaflet, which confirms that the medication is clinically proven and highly effective.
When you buy Ovranette combined contraceptive pills online here at Medilico, this will be an all-inclusive price, including the prescription, consultation, medication and delivery. There won't be any hidden costs. Ovranette tablets are currently only available to buy online in a 150mcg / 30mcg dose. The price of this medication will be adjusted according to the quantity (package size) you have ordered, which can be seen below:
No. You will be unable to buy clinically proven treatments online if you don't possess a valid UK prescription. Therefore, this will also apply when ordering Ovranette combined contraceptive pills. In order to successfully obtain this contraceptive medication, a prescription will be required. This prescription will be provided by a UK registered doctor. This will confirm that Ovranette is suitable and effective for you when preventing pregnancy. The prescription process will involve a simple and confidential online consultation, which is identical in person at a doctor's appointment as it is online. This online consultation includes questions concerning your medical history, which will ensure the compatibility of this combined contraceptive pill.
Ovranette is a clinically proven monophasic combined contraceptive medication taken to provide effective, long-term protection against pregnancy. This medication is taken orally once a day for 21 days (followed by a 7-day break) in the form of a 150mcg / 30mcg monophasic tablet. This means that each tablet contains the same level of hormones. Each blister pack for Ovranette is clearly labelled, ensuring that you will remain protected.
Ovranette combined contraceptive pills can also regulate irregular periods, reduce pain and cramps, lightens flow and can effectively treat endometriosis.
In natural circumstances, hormonal levels in a woman's cycle shift throughout each month. The hormones are responsible for an egg being liberated by the ovaries, and prepare the uterine lining for a potential pregnancy. At the end of each cycle, hormonal levels drop causing the uterine lining to be shed in the form of the monthly period.
Due to its chemical composition, Ovranette practically deceives your body by making it think that ovulation has already taken place. This impedes egg maturation and releases from the ovaries every month.
The pill also increases the viscosity of the natural mucus at the neck of the womb, thus hindering the sperm from traveling from the vagina into the womb and fertilise the egg.
Moreover, Ovranette influences the quality of the uterine lining (known as endometrium), reducing the possibility that a fertilised egg can embed in there.
Ovranette should be taken as one tablet daily for 21 days consecutively. For optimal results, follow the sequence indicated on the package and take each tablet around the same time with a sufficient amount of liquid, before or after dinner. When the 21-tablet pack is over, start the next one after a seven-day pill-free period.
During the pill-taking break, a withdrawal bleed occurs similar to your natural period. This happens normally on day 2-3 after the last tablet and in some cases, may not have stopped before the new pack is due.
Ovranette tablets come in a user-friendly pack marked with the calendar days to help you remember to take them. Most importantly, the pill's effect extends over the off-pill break if correct posology was observed, the next pack is started on time and no other event that could diminish the pill's efficacy occurred (e.g.: vomiting, diarrhoea or following other drug treatment at the same time.
Provided that no preceding hormonal contraceptive treatment has been followed in the last month, you can start taking Ovranette from the first day of your menstrual cycle. No additional barrier methods are required as the pill's effect is guaranteed.
If for whatever reason you switch from another 21-day COC to Ovranette, it is recommended that tablet-taking be started on the immediately following day after the previous oral contraceptive course has been discontinued. Extra barrier methods are not required in such case. Withdrawal bleeding is not to be expected before the first pack of Ovranette is finished.
If you change from an everyday (ED) 28-day COC to Ovranette, the first dose should be taken on immediately following the day when the last active pill in the ED pack was taken. No extra precautions are needed. Withdrawal bleeding will not take place until the end of the first pack.
If you change from a progestogen-only-pill (POP) course to Ovranette, the first dose should be taken on the first day of your period even if the POP for that day was taken. The remaining POP tablets should be overlooked. No barrier methods are required.
Post childbirth, Ovranette administration can start 21 days after vaginal delivery, on condition that the woman is out of bed, not breastfeeding, and no puerperal complications have been reported. If this contraceptive course is started later than the 21st day postpartum, barrier methods and spermicides are necessary before actual oral contraception is started and for the first 7 days of intake. If unprotected intercourse occurred after 21 days post pregnancy, it is recommended not to start oral contraception before the first menstrual bleeding after childbirth.
Generally, contraceptives, including Ovranette are not recommended to breastfeeding women until the child has been weaned.
Post abortion or miscarriage, COC administration can and is recommended to start immediately. No barrier methods are required and full effect is guaranteed from the first day of intake. However, if pill-taking is delayed for more than 7 days after miscarriage or abortion, additional protective methods should be used for the first seven days of intake.
If you miss a pill, take it as soon as you remember it. The next tablet should be taken as per the usual routine, even if that means taking two tablets at the same time. Extra protection is not required in this case.
If you miss more than one pill, take the last one you forgot to take as soon as possible and skip any other tablets. Other contraceptive measures such as condoms may also be required in such a scenario.
In case the Ovranette tablets remaining in the pack after taking the last missed pill are fewer than seven, it is recommended that you finish the pack taking the pill correctly and immediately start the subsequent pack without the usual seven-day break from pill taking. No withdrawal bleeding should or is to be expected before the pack is finished. Comparatively, if after taking the last missed pill there are seven or more pills remaining in the pack, you can enjoy your pill-free seven days. Withdrawal bleeding is to be expected in this time interval.
If unprotected intercourse took place in the seven days prior to accidental pill discontinuation, emergency contraception (the morning after pill) should be considered. Seek medical advice.
The most frequent side effects of Ovranette are vomiting and diarrhoea, which if they persist for a period longer than 24 hours can reduce pill efficacy. If you experience vomiting or diarrhoea within the first two hours of intake it means it has not been fully absorbed into the bloodstream. Take another pill as soon as your symptoms seem to alleviate and take your next tablet according to the usual routine. Protective effect should still be preserved.
If the vomiting and diarrhoea persist for more than 24 hours, you should continue taking the pill at the usual time but treat that day as if you had missed it.
Other side effects associated with Ovranette tablets include weight gain, abdominal pain, headaches, migraines, chloasma, vaginal thrush, the formation of blood clots in blood vessels (DVT- deep vein thrombosis) and arteries (ATE- arterial thromboembolism), depression, breast enlargement and tenderness, gallstones, a rise in blood pressure, changes in periods making them lighter and shorter and sometimes even stopping periods (amenorrhoea), menstrual spotting, breakthrough bleeding, liver dysfunction or a reduced libido.
Before you buy Ovranette combined contraceptive pills there are a number of precautions that should be taken into account to ensure your compatibility to this medication.
You should not take Ovranette if you:
It is important to note that Ovranette will not protect you against sexually transmitted diseases (Chlamydia, HIV etc.). Only barrier contraceptives, such as condoms, have this ability.
As the purpose of this product is to prevent pregnancy, the pill is not to be taken if there is any suspicion of pregnancy and medical advice should be sought before starting to take it. However, if you do get pregnant due to pill failure or if you miss taking it for an extended period of time, there is no clinical evidence to suggest that any pills that you may have been taking will have a negative impact on the fetus.
Ovranette should not be taken by breastfeeding women, as due to its hormonal-rich molecule it may reduce lactation and alter the quality of the breast milk.
If you choose to take Ovranette, inform your physician about any other drug therapies you are following, including antibiotics, medicines recommended to treat epilepsy, natural remedies, or any other drug treatment for cardiovascular disease, liver function disorders, diabetes etc. to make sure the combination is not harmful.
You should avoid taking Ovranette if you are on any of the following drugs that may make the pill less effective:
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