PSG Birth control ring/vaginal ring 0.120Mg/0.015Mg 3 Rings in pack

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This birth control ring from Parsagen Diagnostics (PSG) is a contraceptive vaginal ring inserted into your vagina that lasts for 3 weeks for each ring.

It works in a similar way to the combined contraceptive pill.

Using this product does not protect you or your partner against sexually transmitted diseases (such as HIV, gonorrhea, chlamydia).

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User manual in brief. Please refer to full user manual included in the product before use.



Vaginal Ring is indicated for use by females of reproductive age to prevent pregnancy.


2.1 How to Use Vaginal Ring

To achieve maximum contraceptive effectiveness, Vaginal Ring must be used as directed. One Vaginal Ring is inserted in the vagina. The ring is to remain in place continuously for three weeks. It is removed for a one-week break, during which a withdrawal bleed usually occurs. A new ring is inserted one week after the last ring was removed.

The user can choose the insertion position that is most comfortable to her, for example, standing with one leg up, squatting, or lying down. The ring is to be compressed and inserted into the vagina. The exact position of Vaginal Ring inside the vagina is not critical for its function. The vaginal ring must be inserted on the appropriate day and left in place for three consecutive weeks. This means that the ring should be removed three weeks later on the same day of the week as it was inserted and at about the same time.

Vaginal Ring can be removed by hooking the index finger under the forward rim or by grasping the rim between the index and middle finger and pulling it out. The used ring should be placed in the sachet (foil pouch) and discarded in a waste receptacle out of the reach of children and pets (do not flush in toilet).

After a one-week break, during which a withdrawal bleed usually occurs, a new ring is inserted on the same day of the week as it was inserted in the previous cycle. The withdrawal bleed usually starts on Day 2-3 after removal of the ring and may not have finished before the next ring is inserted. In order to maintain contraceptive effectiveness, the new ring must be inserted exactly one week after the previous one was removed even if menstrual bleeding has not finished.

2.2 How to Start Using Vaginal Ring

2.3 Deviations from the Recommended Regimen

2.4 In the Event of a Missed Menstrual Period

2.5 Use with Other Vaginal Products