Many women continue to choose combined hormonal contraceptives. However, these methods are dependent on user behavior, such as taking a pill every day or changing the patch or ring on time.

  • Combined oral contraceptives continue to be the most-used of all combined hormonal options. To help women stay consistent in their pill-taking, supply multiple packs of pills.
  • Management of forgotten contraceptive patches depends on which patch is missed and for how long.
  • If The Contraceptive Vaginal Ring Is Out Of The Vagina For More Than Three Hours During The First Two Weeks, A Woman Might Not Be Protected Against Pregnancy. She Should Reinsert The Ring As Soon As Possible And Use An Extra Method Of Birth Control Until The Ring Has Been Used For Seven Days In A Row.