Vaginal ring

Vaginal ring – Hormonal contraceptive with both oestrogen and progestogen. 

The vaginal ring contains two hormones, oestrogen and progestogen. It is a soft plastic ring that is squeezed together and inserted into the vagina, somewhat like a tampon. A vaginal ring is not noticeable in daily life as long as it fits correctly. The hormones are absorbed through the mucous membranes of the vagina and into the bloodstream, where they prevent ovulation.

Bleeding when using a vaginal ring
Vaginal rings often provide good control over bleeding, with bleeding every four weeks, as with menstruation. You can skip the bleeding if you wish.

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