Evra Patch

(Images are for illustration purposes only.)
  • UK Meds Money Bag Icon

    All inclusive service

    No hidden fees
  • UK Meds Delivery Icon

    Next Day Delivery

    Discreet Packaging
  • UK Meds Prescription Icon

    Prescription Included

    Via our online assessment
  • UK Meds Mcafee Secure

Evra Patch

The Evra Patch is a contraceptive that comes in the form of patches. It is formulated with ethinylestradiol (works as the synthetic oestrogen) and norelgestromin (works as the artificial version of progestogen). This patch is clinically proven to prevent pregnancy, similar to those combined contraceptive pills.

UK Meds Order Now


In stock
Please note: you must be signed in to start a consultation, once approved by one of our registered partner doctors, we will then dispatch your medication.

How do I buy Evra Patch online?

Ordering Evra (also known as Ortho Evra) contraceptive patches online is possible through online pharmacies. It comes in the 203 mcg/34 mcg dosage and available in 9 or 18 patches per pack. These patches have passed a series of rigorous clinical trials to ensure that it will have over 99% success rate in terms of preventing pregnancies. Other surplus benefits you can get with this patch include hirsutism and acne treatment, reduction of the risk of ovarian cyst and improvement of endometriosis. Many opt to use patches instead of the contraceptive pills due to its convenience.

As you order online, you will go through a simple yet comprehensive consultation with the resident doctors. This replaces the traditional face-to-face consultation. After the online consultation, you will then be allowed to purchase the patch, and if you do it before the set daily deadline, you may qualify for the next day delivery services.

What is the Evra Patch?

Ortho Evra or simply Evra is a contraceptive patch designed to prevent pregnancy. This patch is easy to use – simply stick it on the skin and its main ingredients, two artificial hormones (namely ethinylestradiol and norelgestromin), are released through the skin pores and then will go through the bloodstream with the aim of stopping the ovulation. The Evra patch has the dimension of 5 cm x 5 cm. It should be used during the 21 days of menstrual cycle, and its efficacy is ensured for the entire duration of the menstrual cycle. The recommended dosage is 203 mcg/34 mcg.

How does the Evra Patch work?

Every patch has the synthetic oestrogen called ethinylestradiol and the synthetic progestogen called norelgestromin. These substances work together in safely modifying environment of the reproductive system so that conceiving is nearly impossible.

The progestogen substance works to thicken the cervical mucus so sperm cells will have difficulty in reaching the womb. It also prevents the thickening of the womb lining so the egg cell will not attach and thus will not be fertilised by the sperm cell. The oestrogen component prevents the ovaries from releasing mature egg cells because it tricks the body into thinking that ovulation has already happened and thus, no egg cells are released to be fertilised.

How do I use the Evra Patch?

Follow these practical approaches in using Evra patches:

  • One Evra patch is good for a week’s protection.
  • After one week, replace the old one with a new patch. This goes for three weeks and on the fourth week, take a break from using the patch. Continue to use the next week.
  • During the break, there is a possibility of withdrawal bleeding.
  • Apply the patch during the first day of the menstrual cycle.
  • It is still possible to apply the patch even after five days have elapsed since the first day of the cycle, but use another birth control method for the first seven days.

Side effects and precautions

Every single Evra patch has ingredients that work similarly to contraceptive pills. Therefore, you may experience the following side effects: mood changes, thrush, acne, dizziness, and muscle spasms, skin itching, weight gain and tiredness. Do take note that Evra patches contain higher dosages of oestrogen and there can be oestrogen-related side effects such as water retention and headaches.

Other negative side effects of this patch include increased fat levels in the blood, swelling, anxiety, uncontrollable emotions, reduced libido, vaginal bleeding or dryness or insomnia. Most of these side effects are uncommon and if persist, stop using the patch and contact your doctor immediately.

Consider the following precautions before getting your hand with an Evra patch:

  • If you have thrombosis, liver disease, severe migraines, high blood pressure, breast cancer or gallbladder disease. Consult a doctor first.
  • If you are diagnosed obese and diabetic, do not use this.
  • Smoker or those in aged 35 and above and smoker, do not use this.
  • Breastfeeding women should not this patch.