Add Vaginal Contraceptive Rings to Your Presurgical Medication Review

The new vaginal contraceptive ring Annovera (an-oh-VAIR-ah) will raise questions about managing these meds during transitions of care.

Annovera (ethinyl estradiol/segesterone) is a REUSABLE vaginal ring that's inserted for 21 days...removed and stored in a case for 7...then reinserted for up to 13 cycles, or 1 year.

Think of it as similar to NuvaRing (ethinyl estradiol/etonogestrel), which is used for 21 days...discarded...and a new one is inserted 7 days later.

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