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Ovranette is a combined contraceptive pill used to prevent pregnancy. Ovranette contains two active ingredients, levonorgestrel and ethinylestradiol, which are synthetic versions of the female sex hormones, oestrogen and progestogen, that your body produces naturally. 

Ovranette is taken every day for 21 consecutive days, followed by a 7-day ‘break’ period, when you take no pills. In your tablet-free period your body will produce a ‘withdrawal’ bleed which resembles your period. 

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About Ovranette
Each Ovranette packet contains 21 pills, each marked by the days of the week. Take one pill every day for 21 days in a row, following the days of the week in the direction marked by the arrows. Try to take each of your pills at the same time every day (for example, just before you go to bed).  

After 21 days of taking the pill, you will have a 7-day ‘break’ period when you will take no pills. During this time you will experience a withdrawal bleed, which may be lighter and less unpleasant than your period. Start your new pill pack after this 7-day period, and follow the same cycle on the next month. 

Who can take Ovranette?

Ovranette is a prescription medication and it needs to be prescribed by a doctor. Your prescribing doctor will check whether it is suitable for you. If you have a history of certain illnesses, you may not be able to take Ovranette.

You should not take Ovranette if you: 

  • are allergic (hypersensitive) to any of the listed ingredients
  • are or think you might be pregnant
  • are breastfeeding
  • have breast or ovarian cancer
  • have unexplained vaginal bleeding
  • have a family history or have ever had problems with your blood circulation, like a blood clot, heart attack or stroke
  • have very high blood pressure
  • have an irregular heartbeat or heart valve disorder
  • are 35+ years old and smoke more than 15 cigarettes per day
  • have or have ever had a liver tumour or severe liver disease
  • have SLE disease (systemic lupus erythematosus) 
  • have migraines with neurological symptomsare intolerant to the types of sugar, sucrose and lactose in Ovranette pills
Swallow your Ovranette pill whole, without chewing or crushing it. You can take Ovranette with or without food or water. 

What if I forget to take or miss a pill?

If you are less than 12 hours late in taking your Ovranette pill, take your missed pill as soon as you remember and carry on the next day as usual. Don’t worry, you will still be protected against pregnancy. 

If you are more than 12 hours late or have missed more than one pill, take your missed pill straight away and take all your further pills as usual, even if you end up taking two in one day. Use condoms for the next 7 days as an extra precaution against pregnancy. Count the number of pills left in your current packet after the last missed pill and follow these instructions: 

If you have 7 or more pills left in the pack: finish the strip and take your 7-day break period as usual before starting a new packet. If you missed the pill during the first 7 days of your strip, and had sex during this week, you may be pregnant. Contact your nurse or doctor as soon as possible as you might need emergency contraception. 

If you have less than 7 pills left in the pack: start a new packet immediately after you finish your current one, without taking a 7-day break period. If you don’t get your withdrawal bleed in the 7-day break period after finishing your second strip, take a pregnancy test as you may be pregnant. If you missed the pill during the first 7 days of your first strip, and had sex, you may also be pregnant. 

In all cases, if you have missed a pill and do not have a withdrawal bleed in your 7-day break period, there is a chance you may be pregnant. Visit your local family planning clinic or take a test yourself at home to confirm. 
The active ingredients in your Ovranette pills are progestogen levonorgestrel, at a strength of 150 mcg, and oestrogen ethinylestradiol, at a strength of 30 mcg. 

Your Ovranette pill also contains: maize starch, lactose, povidone, talc, magnesium stearate, polyethylene glycol, sucrose, calcium carbonate, wax carnauba and white wax. 
As with all medicines, it is possible that you will experience some side effects while taking the Ovranette pill. The most common side effects (affecting less than 1 in 10 women) are: 

  • headaches
  • spotting or breakthrough bleeding
  • yeast or bacterial infections of the vagina
  • nausea or vomiting
  • stomach pains
  • weight change or bloating (fluid retention)
  • changes in mood, such as depression or anxiety
  • dizziness
  • low libido 
  • acne
  • swollen or tender breasts
Make sure to discuss your full medical history and any medications you are currently taking before starting Ovranette. Some drugs can interact with Ovranette and mustn’t be taken at the same time.

These include: 
  • St. John’s Wort (herbal remedy)
  • some medicines for TB (tuberculosis)
  • some medicines for epilepsy
  • some HIV/AIDS medications
  • some medicines for fungal infections or gout
  • some medicines for sleep disorders
  • some medicines for bacterial infections
  • some medicines for asthma
  • some medicines used to stop rejection from an organ transplant


Do not use Ovranette if you are breastfeeding, pregnant, or believe that you might be. If you think you might be pregnant, speak to a doctor without delay.

Taking Ovranette contraceptive pill increases your chances of getting some diseases, although this is very rare. See a doctor as soon as possible if you display any of the following symptoms: 

  • signs of a blood clot (sudden chest pain, difficulty breathing, painful swelling in one leg)
  • signs of a heart attack or stroke (sudden sharp chest pains reaching down the left arm or up the neck, numbness or weakness in one side of your body, dizziness or seizures, blurred vision)
  • signs of an allergic reaction (swelling to the mouth, lips, tongue or face)
  • signs of breast cancer (changes in the nipple, noticeable lumps in the breast)
  • signs of cervical cancer (bloody and smelly discharge, pelvic pain, painful sex)
  • signs of a liver problem (severe stomach pains, yellow eyes and skin)

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