Working Mechanism – Ovral
Ovral ceases release of mature eggs, which if available can cause pregnancy. It thickens the cervix neck, not allowing sperms entering uterus. Fertilized egg (if any) cannot develop to an embryo as the medication breaks uterine lining needed to hold the pregnancy parts. When the medicine course is over, the user begins bleeding. To stop pregnancy ahead, the female must begin with another Ovral pack from the 29th day, even if she is still into periods.
Dosage – Ovral
21 days Ovral course includes oral intake of one active tablet everyday at the same time. Then the person has a wait period of 7 days before beginning a new medication box. Ovral 28 day course includes similar 21 day procedure as mentioned before. In the later 7 days, the woman consumes an inert pill daily. She can start a new medicine course from 29th day.NOTE: Inert tablets are non-hormonal. Missing dose of inert pills will not reduce efficacy of Ovral contraceptive. Try not missing dose of active medicines, as it could risk pregnancy.
Side Effects – Ovral
Abdomen pain, insomnia, spotting or breakthrough bleeding, breast tenderness, oedema, nausea, skin rash, mood swings or headache. These side effects may not affect all, nor do these events linger for long.
Precautions – Ovral
Avoid Ovral birth control, under following conditions:
- Diabetes, history of stroke/heart attack/endometrial or breasts carcinoma.
- Worsened otosclerosis or ear disorder during a pregnancy.
- High blood pressure, migraine, deep venous thrombosis, thromboembolic or lipid disorders.
- Allergic to contraceptive tablets, suffering from systemic lupus erythematosus.
Who can take Ovral Pill?
Women who are not pregnant, above 18 years of age can use Ovral birth control tablets. To know about personal suitability to the medicine contact us or a professional.