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Whether you’re looking for oral contraceptives, patches, rings, or other types of birth control, our doctors at Nurx™ will help you find the one that’s right for you. But sometimes you need a product that helps you get pregnant. For some women, that product is Endometrin. Nurx™ doesn’t carry Endometrin or any type of birth control ring, but we do offer a wide variety of birth control pills. If you’re interested in learning more about getting your first pack for only $5, talk to our team today. Want to know more about Endometrin? The FAQs below will guide you through the essential information about this birth control ring.
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- What Is Endometrin?
Endometrin is a tablet that's inserted into the vagina with a special applicator. It's specially formulated with the female hormone progesterone, which is essential in preparing the uterus for receiving a fertilized egg to implant into the uterine wall. It's often used by women who experience fertility problems or are taking fertility treatments that cause progesterone levels to drop.
- How Does Endometrin Work?
Endometrin supports female fertility by providing a boost of progesterone. Once inserted, it dissolves and is absorbed into the uterus to help the woman get and stay pregnant. Typical application is two to three times a day for up to 10 weeks, but it may be different based on what a doctor prescribes.
- How Effective Is Endometrin?
Effectiveness varies between women, but overall, most find it to be a helpful addition in their efforts to conceive. It's easy to use and it has been found to be as effective as intramuscular progesterone, which is injected directly into the muscle.
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