Nuvaring

Nuvaring Side Effects

NuvaRing emerged on the market in 2002 as an alternative form of birth control for women. It was marketed as a once a month vaginal ring that could be inserted or removed on a regular schedule in order to control menstrual cycle and ovulation. This vaginal ring has an effective rate of over 98 percent at preventing pregnancy; however, it has been shown to cause a number of very serious side effects including death in some cases.
 

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NuvaRing Lawsuit

Lawsuits against the makers of NuvaRing have been filed to compensate women who have been injured after using this contraceptive device. NuvaRing is a vaginal birth control ring produced by Organon that has caused life-threatening complications.
 

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Nuvaring

NuvaRing is a vaginal ring contraceptive used to prevent pregnancy. It contains ethinyl estradiol and etonogestrel, two female hormones used to keep ovulation, or an ovary's release of an egg, from occurring. The above hormones additionally make it more difficult for sperm to enter the uterus and also make it harder for an egg that has been fertilized to implant within the uterus; this is achieved through changes in the cervical mucus and uterine lining caused by NuvaRing.

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