|Generic Name||Norgestrel Ethinyl Estradiol|
|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|20 Tablet/s||US$ 0.43||US$ 8.50|
|60 Tablet/s||US$ 0.30||US$ 18.0029%US$ 25.50|
|100 Tablet/s||US$ 0.25||US$ 24.5042%US$ 42.50|
Ovral G 0.5 mg+0.5 mg is an oral contraceptive medicine consisting of 28 tablets. Oral contraceptives or birth control pills are used to prevent pregnancy and are considered more effective than nonsurgical methods of birth control. It is a combination drug containing norgestrel and Ethinyl estradiol that acts mainly through the mechanism of gonadotropin suppression. This is due to the estrogenic and pregestational activity of the active constituents. When you take it correctly, without missing any pills, the chance of becoming pregnant is less than 1.0 % per year. However, the chance of becoming pregnant increases with each missed pill during the menstrual cycle. In addition to preventing pregnancy, Ovral G may make your periods regular and reduce the pain and other symptoms during menstruation.
Smoking increases the risk of heart and blood vessel problems from this Ovral G. This risk increases with age and with heavy smoking. Especially, women over 25 years of age who use oral contraceptives should not smoke. You should not take the pill if you are pregnant or think you have conceived. Avoid taking this contraceptive treatment if you have a heart attack or stroke, blood clots in the legs, liver tumor, or breast cancer. Before you begin taking Ovral G, discuss with your doctor if you have chest pain, unexplained vaginal bleeding or known suspected pregnancy. Let your doctor know if you have ever had any of these medical conditions. In that case, your doctor will suggest another effective method of birth control. Women suffering from high blood pressure, elevated blood cholesterol, mental depression, diabetes, breast nodules, migraine, epilepsy, or history of irregular menstrual periods.
Common side effects associated with the use of Ovral G 0.5 mg+0.05 mg include vaginal bleeding, fluid retention, and melasma. Other side effects of this oral contraceptive include depression, dizziness, rash, vaginal infection, loss of scalp hair, nervousness, change in appetite, dizziness, and headache. If any of these side effects become troublesome or persist for a longer duration, call your doctor straight away. If you want more information about the contraceptive pill, ask your doctor.
Ovral G is like an oral contraceptive which is meant to prevent pregnancy; it does not protect the transmission of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. Before you start taking your pills, be sure to read the directions given on the leaflet. In general, the right way to take the pill is to take one pill daily at the same time. Keep in mind if you miss pills, you could be pregnant. Many women taking these contraceptive pills may experience spotting or light bleeding. Sometimes missing pills can also cause spotting or light bleeding. Let your doctor know if you have vomiting or diarrhoea. Talk to your doctor if you are unsure about the information on the leaflet.