Evra Patch

EVRA is a combined hormonal contraceptive. It contains 2 sex hormones a progesterone and an estrogen. EVRA is commercially available as a transdermal patch. It works by impairing ovulation and making the uterine wall inhospitable for implantation of any fertilized egg. It is available to order online without a prescription from our partner pharmacy in UK.

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How to buy Evra patch online in the UK?

Now you can buy Evra online safely from the comfort of your home or office. After you have settled on Evra patch as your contraception of choice, online purchase is easy. The steps are simple and outlined below.

  • Choose your desired pack.
  • Fill up the consultation form on our partner online pharmacy (no prior prescription required).
  • The doctor will review the information you give and decide on the safety of Evra patch.
  • The doctor then issues a prescription, your account will be charged.
  • Get discreet and free delivery at your doorsteps


It is efficacious as a contraceptive. Its ease of administration is beneficial to the user. The once a week application trumps the daily pill taking that is characteristic of oral contraceptive pills.

Who can take it?

EVRA is safe for use among the adult women population.

The efficacy and safety of EVRA has been studied in women over 18 years of age. Study findings showed that it is safe for use in the above 18 population. However, it is unsafe among children and adolescents.

Who cannot take it?

The use of EVRA is contraindicated among people with the following conditions;

  • Women with prior history of a blood clot in the deep veins of the legs
  • If a person is allergic to the hormones contained in EVRA
  • Previous history of stroke or heart attacks
  • Migraines
  • High blood pressure
  • An abnormality with the blood clotting mechanism
  • Diabetes that has complicated with vessel disease
  • History of breast or cervical cancer
  • Impaired liver function
  • In the setting of unexplained vaginal bleeding
  • When breastfeeding

Side effects of medication:

  • Headache
  • Vaginal thrush
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Breast tenderness
  • Mood changes such as depression, anxiety
  • Migraines
  • Stomach pain with bloating
  • Skin irritation and itching at application sites
  • Acne

How to use EVRA?

It is essential for a lady to follow the doctor’s instructions keenly when using EVRA. This decreases the risk of unplanned pregnancies. It is wise to keep a non hormonal method of contraception such as condoms at hand. This is because one can error while using EVRA and a backup plan may save the day.

As mentioned earlier, EVRA is available as transdermal patches. Taking the average 28 day menstrual cycle, a fresh patch should be worn each week starting with the first day of the menses. Simply put, a new patch should be worn in week 1, 2 and 3 of the menstrual cycle. The patch is left on for exactly one week. The day the patch is applied sequentially becomes the patch change day. In the 4th week the patch is not worn.

The patch should be worn on skin areas that are hairless. Preferred sites are the upper outer arms, upper back, abdomen are buttocks. Never place the patch on the breasts. Showering, bathing or use of sauna does not impair the efficacy of the patch.

If you are switching from oral contraceptive pills to EVRA, wait for your menses to commence and put the patch within the first 24 hours. It is advised that one uses a non hormonal form of contraception until the 8th day when the first patch is changed.

The EVRA patch should be changed on the same day of the week. Only a single patch should be used per time. For efficacy, it is paramount to ensure that the patch is firmly attached to the skin. A new patch should not be placed in the exact location as the previous one. This is to avoid skin irritation. Always look out for the patch to ensure that it has not fallen off.

In case the EVRA patch falls off, try and quantify how long it has been off. If the duration is less than 24 hours, the patch can be re applied or a new one put in place. There is no need for backup contraception. If duration has been more than 24 hours, a new cycle should be initiated and backup contraception should be utilized during the first week.

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