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Ortho-evra is a newer generation of birth control recently added to the market. Ortho-evra is a patch applied to the skin to prevent pregnancy and contains the hormones estrogen and progestin. It does not guarantee 100% against pregnancy and does not prevent the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases. Ortho-evra is applied as a patch once a week for three weeks, and then on the fourth week a female goes patch-free in order to have a regular menstrual period. It is important that the patch only be placed on certain areas of the body and after the area has been thoroughly cleaned and dried for best results. For women who weigh 200 pounds or more, ortho-evra might not be as effective as a form of birth control. Please consult your healthcare provider if you have questions regarding effectiveness of this product. Ortho-evra side effects include headache, nausea, breast tenderness and enlargement, cramps, and abdominal discomfort. Only one patch should be worn at any time.

If you are not sure where to buy ortho-evra, ask your doctor. It is possible to buy ortho-evra online and save money, as some online pharmacies offer discount ortho-evra when it is ordered in large amounts or simply via the internet. If you decide to order ortho-evra online, allow plenty of time to receive a shipment of the medication so that extra protective methods are not necessary during lapsed treatment. If at any time during use of otrho-evra you become confused or are not sure about proper use of this medication then you should consult your health care professional. Optimum results happen only when this medication is used properly; therefore, using ortho-evra carelessly may still allow for a considerable chance of pregnancy.

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