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METHOD OF PREVENTING PREGNANCY - BIRTH CONTROL PATCH

What is the birth control patch?
• birth control patch is a thin plastic patch (1 ¾ inch square) placed directly on the skin of women. Hormone found in the patch will be absorbed into your body system. It is one of the only methods of contraception obtained by prescription from your doctor.

How does the birth control patch work?
• Patch birth control prevent the ovaries from releasing eggs, which are also known as ovulation.
• Cause of cervical mucus producing less and thicker so that sperm can not enter the uterus easily.
• Causing thinning of the uterine lining so that a fertilized egg more difficult patch in the wall of the uterus.

Anyway you use birth control patch?
The patch is worn for one week at a time and it is placed directly on the skin of the buttocks, abdomen, upper arm or in the back of your shoulders.
• Patch changed once a week on the same day each week for three consecutive weeks. No patch is worn on the fourth week to allow menstruation occurs at this time.

How effective is the birth control patch?
• Patch birth control has a failure rate of less than 1% when it is used correctly and consistently. Patch can not protect you from pregnancy if you take antibiotics or medicines for fungal infections or seizures. This patch does not work for you if you weigh more than 89kg.

What side effects or health risks of the use of the birth control patch?
Birth control patch side effects similar to the use of hormonal contraceptives, such as:
• Itching skin
• Headache
• Pain and tension on the breast
• irregular menstrual bleeding.
• Increased weight.
• Nausea and vomiting
• Bloating
• Other side effects may include:
yeast infections, depression and others.
Birth control patch should not be used by women who:
• Smoking• Have high blood pressure
• Have a breast or uterine cancer
• Have a history of blood clots
• Have uncontrolled diabetes
• Have a history of heart attack or stroke
• Come with hormone
• Have liver disease
• Have v4ginal bleeding that can not be explained.Additional information has been removed from the FDA in late 2005 to warn patients and healthcare providers where birth control patch estrogen expose women to more than 60% higher than the birth control pill. This is where estrogen levels can lead to risks such as blood clots, stroke and heart attack.

Does the birth control patch allows pregnancy back if not used?
• Yes. Ovulation usually return within three menstrual cycles after stopping the use of the patch. Pregnancy may occur when you stop using the birth control patch.

What is the relationship between the patch birth control and s3xually transmitted diseases?
• Birth control Patch NOT provide protection against s3xually transmitted diseases.

Frequently asked questions about birth control patches:
When the patch start work?
• Patch start effective immediately. However, other methods of birth prevention must be used within seven days of the first month of the patch used.
When you have to start using the patch?
• You must specify the day of the birth control patch change either on the first day after the expiration of your period or the day after the beginning of the week following your menstrual period.
Do you have to paste the patch in the same place every time?
• When you change your patch every week, it can be worn in different locations allowed. This keeps your skin from drying or disturbance.

Can you use it while you are breastfeeding?
• If you are breast-feeding or had just delivered, you should take advice from your doctor about the best time to start using the patch.

What you should do if the patch off?
• If the patch off, you should immediately replace it with another patch. If you replace it within 24 hours, another method of contraception should not be done.

Can you wear a patch in the water?
• Patch can be worn during exercise, while swimming or bathing.
What if you do not like the place you adhere?
• Patch should not be removed as soon as pasted until it is affixed to a week.

Can you can make smaller patches?
• The patch should not be cut or altered smaller. Stickers include tape should not be used to stick on the patch.What are the advantages and disadvantages of the use of the birth control patch?

Benefits of birth control patch include:
• Extremely effective when it is used the right way.
• You do not have to remember to take a pill every day
• You do not need to go to a clinic or hospital for an injection every month.
• Does not bother you during the intimate relationship.
• minimal side effects
• You can get pregnant immediately after the patch is not applied.

Lack of birth control patches include:
• Does not protect against s3xually transmitted diseases.
• Requires a prescription from your doctor.
• Requires change weekly patch.
• Exposure to high levels of estrogen can cause other health complications.

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