Combined pills (Ovranette Pfizer)

Ovranette Pfizer

Ovranette is one of the most effective combined contraceptive pills presented on the market. The medical product contains two active ingredients:
Levonorgestrel (a synthetic version of the natural hormone progesterone);
Ethynylestradiol (a synthetic version of the natural hormone estrogen).

  • Ovranette contraceptive pill is one of the most discussed methods for preventing pregnancy. In addition to its main usage, doctors may also prescribe this medical product for:
  • Dysmenorrhea (painful menstruation);
  • Irregular bleeding;
  • Menstrual and premenstrual tension;
  • Endometriosis.

The hormones contained in this product stops an egg from being released to the ovaries. Moreover, they create mucus to thicken the cervix that blocks sperm from entering the womb. As a result, you won’t get pregnant.

Ovranette Pfizer
/ 45,60 €
/ 94,30 €

Please, do not treat the above mentioned information as final professional advice. In the case of occurring any questions or concerns – contact your doctor.


Precautions and Possible side effects

Do not take Ovranette pill if you have one of the following conditions:

  • Pregnant, breastfeeding or have suggestions that you are pregnant;
  • You or your close family members are prone to problems with the blood circulation;
  • You suffered from strokes, heart attacks, blood clots or high blood pressure;
  • You are a heavy smoker or gave up smoking less than one year ago;
  • You are allergic to Ovranette ingredients;
  • You have an increased risk of liver or kidney diseases;
  • You have diabetes;
  • You have cancer symptoms;
  • You suffer from HIV or hepatitis C;
  • You recently experienced migraine or other headache disturbances;
  • Your heartbeat is irregular and you might have symptoms of a heart valve disorder.

How to take Orvanette?

– Effect and dosage

In terms of preventing pregnancy, you just need to follow the rules below. Nevertheless, if you are not sure about whether you should buy Ovranette online, consult your pharmacist.

Please, for the best Ovranette effectiveness, use it every day for 21 days. When you start Ovranette, you will see that it comes in strips. Each day on the stirp is marked with a day to take a pill.

  • Take your pill at the same time every day;
  • The day that you take pill must be the same as marked in the strip;
  • Follow the arrows on the strip. Do not go against them;
  • You should finish all pills in 21 days. Do not skip day;
  • Do not divide a dosage. Take it whole with some water if you need.

When you finish your strip, you will have a 7-day break from the cycle. What does it mean? If you take your last Ovranette pill on Sunday, you should start next week on Monday. Within a few days from the last dose in the cycle, you should have a withdrawal bleed. It’s similar to your natural period. Nevertheless, you may have bleeding even at the beginning of a new cycle after the day break period.

You don’t need to use extra protection during the free days period. At the same time, Ovranette can’t protect you from HIV or other sexually transmitted diseases. In this case, use a condom or refuse from having sex.


Ovranette pill side effects

Ovranette is a combined contraceptive pill that (like any other med product) has adverse effects. Nevertheless, it does not mean that you may experience Ovranette side effects. If you don’t have any allergic reaction and follow the intake rules, the chances to experience adverse events are low. Still, please take into account the following Ovranette side effects:

Very common side effects (may appear in up to 10% of women):

  • Short term headaches;
  • Spotting;
  • Breakthrough bleeding.

Common side effects (may appear in up to 1% of women):

  • Vaginal rush or bleeding;
  • Cramps;
  • Stomach pain;
  • Nervousness (Still, Ovranette mood swings are not similar to depression);
  • Libido changes;
  • Dizziness;
  • Breast enlargement (Ovranette breast growth may include secretion);
  • Weight changes.

Uncommon side effects (may appear in up to 0.1% of women):

  • Acne (Ovranette acne);
  • Diarrhea;
  • Vomiting;
  • Rash;
  • Skin redness;
  • High or low blood pressure;
  • Brown patches on the body;
  • Changes in fat percentage of the body;
  • Hives.

Rare side effects (may appear in up to 0.01% of women):

  • Glucose tolerance changes;
  • Pink-red patches on the skin;
  • Vision or hearing changes;
  • Chest pain;
  • Vaginal bleeding or discharge;
  • Painful periods.

Very rare side effects (may appear in up to 0.001% of women):

  • Liver or kidney problems (including tumor);
  • Gallbladder problems;
  • Inflammation;
  • Blood quality worsening that may lead to a blood clot.

In case of any above mentioned adverse events – stop taking Ovranette. Consider visiting a doctor.


Is Rigevidon the same as Ovranette?

Ovranette is similar to other combined medical tablets, like Rigevidon, Levest or Microgynon 30. These products contain 150 micrograms of levonorgestrel and 30 micrograms of ethinylestradiol.

Does Ovranette cause weight gain?

The weight gain scare comes way back from the 1960s. It was the first time when contraceptive pills came to the market. At that time, the dosage of oestrogen in the pill was much higher than today. In particular, it could be 1000 times higher than today. Nevertheless, the combined contraceptive methods in the 21st century do not have so much oestrogen.

High doses of estrogen may cause water retention, increased appetite and lead to weight gain. Estrogen has an effect on fat cells and can make them larger or even multiply. Nevertheless, Ovranette does not contain that much oestrogen to gain a lot of weight. In very rare cases, a woman may experience insignificant weight changes around the hips or breasts. Still, it’s only one side effect that not every woman can experience.
A lot of studies have shown that you can gain weight from if you use contraception. For instance, two studies in 2013 showed that most weight gain you can have from the contraceptive injection. Nevertheless, these weight changes are not so significant. In other words, you can’t become twice the size that you are now on contraceptive medication. Remember, in most cases, weight gain is caused by a bad diet and binge eating.

Still, if you think that your weight gain is caused by contraceptive pills, you may need to change it. Visiting a doctor will be even better option in this case.

Is Ovranette a combined pill?

Ovranette is a combined contraceptive pill. To be specific, each dosage contains 30 micrograms of ethinylestradiol (oestrogen) and 150 micrograms of levonorgestrel (progestogen). These two main ingredients pull almost the whole weight here. Nevertheless, there are other ingredients in this product that also help you to avoid unwanted pregnancy:

– Wax carnauba;
– White wax;
– Calcium carbohydrate;
– Polyethylene glycol;
– Sucrose;
– Water;
– Talc;
– Magnesium stearate;
– Povidone 25;
– Maize starch;
– Lactose monohydrate.

Are Ovreena and Ovranette the same thing?

These two medications contain the same active ingredients, but other components might be different. Ovreena contraceptive pills work in a similar way, but Ovranette can be used not only as a contraceptive pill. Some doctors may prescribe it to treat painful menstruations.

What if I missed Ovranette pill?

If it happened less than 12 hours ago, then take the missed pill immediately. You will not need extra protection.

If it happened more than 12 hours ago, take the missed pill right away. Do that even if it means to take two pills on the same day. At the same time, do not take more than two pills in one day. You will need to use extra protection for the next 7 days.

Can I get pregnant with Ovranette pill?

If you follow the rules from the patient information leaflet, you won’t get pregnant. You will need to follow the whole cycle of 21 days, then 7 days free of the pill to start a new cycle again. If you start taking Ovranette for the first time, you shouldn’t have unprotected sex for 7 days. The same goes if you didn’t take your dosage for more than 12 hours.

When you finish your 21 days period, you will have Ovranette bleeding between periods. You won’t get pregnant during the free days period. It may continue when the next cycle starts. If you don’t have this type of bleeding, then it might mean that you are pregnant. For that reason, please, consult your doctor.

Warning: Ovranette will not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases. In this case, please, use extra protection or refuse to have sex.