Whether it’s the Evra contraception patch you are searching for UKMedix offers the genuine patch and not a generic substitute you cannot trust. The treatment is provided with the highest medical advice and help to make the treatment process easy and perfect.
We have an online consultation form with the right questions to help our team of medical professional make the right decision on the Evra Patch and any other type of treatment you need from a point of understanding. At the end of the day, the best prescription will be provided.
Note that our team of doctors are always available to offer the aid you need and can be directly contacted for more advice, info and help without cost or obligation.
Evra is a thin patch stuck on the skin used in preventing a pregnancy. Each week a new patch is required for three consecutive weeks followed by a whole week without a patch. Apart from preventing ovulation the patch also brings about changes in the uterine lining and cervical mucus; makes it really hard for sperms to get into the uterus, meaning there’s no egg to fertilise.
Just like the pill form of contraceptive or birth control, the patch works by releasing hormones also found in birth control tablets known as progestin and oestrogen. These two hormones work by ensuring the eggs do not leave the ovaries and pregnancy doesn’t happen since there’s a zero egg to be fertilised by a sperm. The hormones also make the cervical mucus to thicken in the process keeping sperms away from reaching the eggs.
Considering effectiveness is a critical concern while selecting birth control, Evra Patch is very effective. It works really well if you place it on your skin at the required time in the process ensuring hormones in the body of a woman are the right level. It has been found out that out of a 100 women yearly not more than one will become pregnant if they used Evra Patch as required. Nine women out of 100 have been found to get pregnant yearly if they use Evra wrongly or not as directed.
It’s also worth noting that overweight women might find the patch not very effective. Other supplements and medicines affecting the effectiveness of the patch include rifampin, an antibiotic, griseofulvin antifungal medication, a number of HIV medications and some anti-seizure medication as well as St. John’s wort. Note the patch is not protection against STIs (sexually transmitted infections).
Lots of women use Evra patch safely but like any other medication there’re always some risk involved. The patch shouldn’t be used by those women in prolonged bed rest or among women suffering from aura and migraine headaches, pregnant women, blood-clotting inherited disorders, vein inflammation or blood clots, liver or breast cancer, angina, stroke or heart attach, severe heart valve complications, lupus and liver diseases.
Also, women who smoke and 35 years and above shouldn’t use the patch, including those with chaotic high blood pressure, severe diabetes as well as those females who smoke and have high blood pressure.
If you have any of these conditions that make Evra Patch unsafe, UKMedix medical team will work with you to get another safe birth control method that works.
As you search for the right Evra Patch online we understand it can be really tough perhaps due to your routine and finding the right doctor to talk to. In the process you might find yourself seeking the help of unscrupulous sites without talking to a medical professional first. UKMedix gives you access to medical professionals directly to discuss your treatment and what you need including answering extra questions you might have.
As you buy Evra Patch online it’s advisable that you take an in-depth look at the websites and know if they’re regulated to offer medical prescriptions and whether they actually have professional medical team to endorse these prescriptions to ensure the treatment you get is not dangerous to your health.
Identify genuine sites by checking for approval information from the right official government bodies. For example, UKMedix displays a badge of approval from MHRA that if clicked takes you to the MHRA.gov.uk site where the certification information of UKMedix can be read.
If a website doesn’t have this approval and certification info it’s probably operating illegally. It’s suggested that you avoid buying medication from such sites due to the health risk they pose; in most cases the medication provided is fake.
Since it works like the contraceptive pill Evra Patch carries a number of common side effects that clear up 60-90 days later. It’s not a must to get any of these side effects just because you’re using the patch. They include:
For your convenience you can complete a free online consultation with one of our qualified and authorised medical practitioners at UKMedix. If our specialist is satisfied that the Evra Patch is suitable for you they will issue a prescription to you and dispense the medication from our UK Registered Pharmacy for next day delivery.