Tag: etonogestrel

Vagiprev – Etonogestrel/Ethinyl estradiol uses, dose and side effects

0.120 mg/0.015 mg per 24 hour vaginal insert
etonogestrel/ethinyl estradiol

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Ornibel – Etonogestrel / Ethinyl Estradiol Uses, Dose And Side Effects

Ornibel, developed by Laborarios LeonFarma, SA, is a new mutual contraceptive vaginal ring with the same size and a similar external presence to Nuvaring

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NuvaRing – Etonogestrel / Ethinylestradiol uses, dose and side effects

NuvaRing is a contraceptive in the form of a vaginal ring that is used to prevent pregnancy. Each ring contains a small amount of two female sex hormones, etonogestrel and ethinyl estradiol. The ring slowly releases these hormones into the bloodstream. Due to the small amounts of hormones that are released, NuvaRing is considered a low-dose hormonal contraceptive. Because NuvaRing releases two different types of hormones , it is a so-called combined hormonal contraceptive.

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Nexplanon – Etonogestrel uses, dose and side effects

Nexplanon is a contraceptive implant pre-loaded in a disposable applicator. Safety and efficacy have been established in women between 18 and 40 years of age. The implant is a small, soft, flexible plastic rod 4 cm long and 2 mm in diameter, which contains 68 milligrams of the active substance etonogestrel. The applicator allows healthcare professionals to insert implants just under the skin of your upper arm. Etonogestrel is a synthetic female hormone similar to progesterone . A small amount of etonogestrel is continuously released into the bloodstream. The implants themselves are made of ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer, a plastic that can not be dissolved in the body. It also contains a small amount of barium sulphate which makes it visible on X-rays.

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