Annovera makes using contraception easier than ever. It is the only birth control ring that lasts for a year, which means only one yearly delivery, less waste, and more freedom. It is a flexible vaginal ring that contains a combination of progestin and estrogen, hormones that prevent pregnancy and regulate your cycle. When the ring is inserted it releases a steady stream of hormones throughout the month. Annovera is designed to be inserted (like a tampon) and worn for 21 days, removed and stored for 7 days, and then reinserted again. When used correctly, it is as effective as other forms of birth control. However, it does not protect against STIs (sexually transmitted infections) - only condoms can do that.
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Simple Health offers Annovera! You are able to request Annovera in your consultation. If you are unable to do so, or need further assistance, please contact Simple Health at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annovera is covered by most major insurance plans. If a copay is required, the amount will vary by plan and you will be notified by our team post-checkout if a copay exists. Additionally if your copay is over $20, we'll get your permission before we charge your card.
Annovera is a combination hormonal birth control that is inserted for 3 out of 4 weeks every month. It contains a year's worth of hormones, so there’s no need to get a new ring from the pharmacy each month. You leave it inserted for 21 days and remove, clean, and store it for 7 days.
Each NuvaRing only lasts for one cycle, whereas Annovera lasts for 13 cycles (1 year). Annovera is softer and more pliable than the NuvaRing. Additionally, Annovera does not require refrigeration.
When used correctly Annovera is 97.3% effective, which is comparable to other forms of contraceptives.
Annovera releases on average 0.15 mg/day of progestin (segesterone acetate) and 0.013 mg/day of estrogen (ethinyl estradiol), which is one of the lowest doses of estrogen on the market.
Yes, as long as you wash your ring with mild soap and water prior to each insertion and after each removal.