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Ethinylestradiol/etonogestrel (brand names NuvaRing) is a contraceptive vaginal ring containing the estrogen ethinylestradiol and the progestin etonogestrel ...


Contraceptive vaginal ring is a type of insert that is placed in the vagina for the purpose of birth ... Failure rates (first year). Perfect use, 0.3%. Typical use, 1.5 to 9  ...


Jul 30, 2016 ... Like the Pill, NuvaRing has a 9 percent failure rate with typical use, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That means ...


When used correctly, the NuvaRing is great at preventing pregnancy. Forgetting to put a new ring in or taking certain medication may make it less effective.


The birth control vaginal ring (AKA NuvaRing) is a safe, simple, and affordable birth control method that you wear inside your vagina.


Nuvaring contraception method is widely used. Company officials claim it is 99% effective. However with typical use Nuvaring effectiveness drops to 92%.


Feb 12, 2014 ... The NuvaRing is monthly vaginal insert that slowly releases Estrogen ... Its typical use failure rate is 9%, the equivalent of an oral contraceptive, ...


Apr 7, 2015 ... According to claims filed in federal and state courts, the lawsuits allege Organon, the original manufacturer of the NuvaRing, "failed to ...


Jan 20, 2017 ... Contraception: Success and Failure Rates of Contraceptives ... Out of 100 Women Using the Vaginal Hormonal Ring: Typical Use: 9 Women ...