Nuva Ring is a flexible ring about the size of a ponytail holder that is full of hormones. It is a form of Birth Control that provides the hormones vaginally instead of orally. You place it inside your vagina towards the cervix and leave it there for 3 weeks. Then you remove it for one week and insert another one for 3 weeks. This cycle keeps going. It is basically like taking the birth control pill and then the placebo pills are the same as when the Nuva Ring is removed.
NuvaRing is fairly affordable if you have insurance. For those who do not, you might try this Nuvaring coupon card which will get you a little discount at the pharmacy.
You insert NuvaRing in the vagina.
Urine does not affect NuvaRing.
No, you do not have to remove NuvaRing if you have chlamydia.
You can be on NuvaRing as long as you want to prevent pregnancy. There is no time limit for the use of NuvaRing.
NuvaRing contains etonorgestrel and ethinyl estradiol.
No, you can't reuse NuvaRing. Dispose of it safely.
Yes, you can use NuvaRing at any age.
There is no weight limit for using NuvaRing.
There are no known interactions between macrodantin and NuvaRing
There are no known drug interactions between marijuana and NuvaRing. Other ingredients in your marijuana may affect NuvaRing.
When a patient uses vaginal miconazole with NuvaRing, the absorption of hormones increases. This change does not reduce the protection from NuvaRing.
Pregnancy on NuvaRing is unusual. If you're miscarrying on NuvaRing, you'll have a positive pregnancy test and bleeding.