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Evra Patch 3 Patches

SAR 24.15
In stock

It is contraceptive patches easily to be used

A valid prescription is a must for medicine dispense


Product Description:

  • The contraceptive patch is a small sticky patch that releases hormones into your body through your skin to prevent pregnancy.


  • prevents pregnancy by stopping fertilization of an egg by the sperm., the patch has estrogen and progestin  these are same as the hormones our bodies make naturally.
  • The hormones in the patch stop ovulation.

Precautions and warnings:

  • Do not use lotions, creams, oils, powders, or make-up at the patch site, since it may not stick properly or may fall off.
  • Apply the patch on the first Sunday following the beginning of your menstrual period or on the first day of your period.


Side effects:

  • nausea.
  • stomach pain.
  • breast tendernessor swelling.
  • headache.
  • anxiety.
  •  mood changes.
  • skin irritation.
  •  redness.
  •  itching.
  • swelling where the patch was worn.
  • menstrual cramps irregular vaginal bleeding.


  • Norelgestromin
  • ethinyl estradiol


  • Norelgestromin  6 mg
  • ethinyl estradiol  600 micrograms

Pharmacological classification:

  • Endocrine System

Number of patches :

  • 3 patches.

How to Use:

  • Use the patch 3 out of 4 weeks. Put on a new patch every week on the same day of the week.
  • Put the patch on your lower belly, buttocks, or upper body.
  • Don't put lotions, oils, powders, or makeup on the area of the patch. 

Storage Conditions:

  • Keep each patch sealed in its pouch until right before you put it on.
  •  Check your patch once a day to make sure it's still sticking to your skin correctly.
  • Store at room temperature.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
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