Technology is designed to make life easier, meet needs and above all, keep us at the forefront while taking advantage of its benefits. However, the field of technological advances not only refers to electronic devices, robots and mechanics, it also reaches the field of health.
Technology has allowed medical advances in relation to contraception, which offer us the opportunity to know alternatives to exercise our sexuality fully, safely and above all, make us well informed.
Within the supply of contraceptive methods, hormonal methods are extremely effective and safe, provided they are used correctly. Therefore, when choosing a contraceptive method, it is important to find one that goes with your lifestyle, ask for the advice of a doctor and consider its ease of use.
For the needs of modern women, the contraceptive patch can help them plan you’re their lives, since it is the only transdermal method of weekly use. Transdermal technology allows the release of micro doses of hormones that are absorbed through the skin and reach the blood continuously and constantly for 7 days. This state-of-the-art system is backed-up by more than 80 years of research and has been successfully developed for various medications in a wide range of areas.
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Currently, the patch is the only contraceptive method that works with transdermal technology in the market. It is an innovative system that has benefits that go far beyond contraception. Studies have reported a moderate weight loss and many of the women suffering from acne have reported improvement of their conditions. These advantages are highly interesting for the contemporary woman, who cares and occupies to look and feel good at all times.
Thanks to this technology of weekly application, the risk of forgetfulness is diminished and it favors both the attachment to treatment and its effectiveness, so it reduces the risk of resorting to the use of emergency pills and suffering the side effects (menstrual irregularities, fatigue, headache, dizziness, increased breast tenderness, vomiting, diarrhea, varicose veins and ovarian cysts among others).
It is worth considering that 9 out of 10 women who try the patch, adopt it as their method and are very satisfied mainly for its effectiveness of more than 99% reliability, quality and comfort, reasons why they are willing to recommend it.
Take advantage of the technological advances and get the most out of them. To start using a contraceptive method, consult your doctor who can help you choose the one that best suits your lifestyle and provides additional benefits to contraception.