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Ovima (Ethinyl Estradiol/Levonorgestrel)

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Ovima is a combination birth control medication available by prescription and used to prevent pregnancy for women. Ethinyl Estradiol and Levonorgestrel work to prevent the release of an egg from the ovary and thicken cervical mucus so that sperm cannot pass through the cervix. Like most birth control pills, Ovima is to be taken on a 3-week on / 1-week off and that may involve taking the no pills or taking reminder pills during that 4th week of the cycle. Buy Ovima birth control from Canada and Canpharm and get the best price on it.

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21-day pack: Take 1 tablet daily for 21 days, then take no pills for 7 days, and then begin the next pack.

28-day pack: Take 1 tablet daily for 21 days, then take 1 "reminder" pill daily for 7 days, and then begin the next pack.

It is advisable to use a barrier birth control method for the first 7 days of the first cycle of pill use.


The active ingredients in Ovima combination birth control pills are Ethinyl Estradiol and Levonorgestrel.


Let your doctor know of any history of liver disease or decreased liver function, migraine headaches with aura, blood clots, eye lesions from blood vessel disease, diabetes with blood vessel complications, heart attack, heart rhythm disorders, cerebrovascular disorders, coronary artery disease, thrombophlebitis, abnormal vaginal bleeding, pancreatitis with high triglycerides, gall bladder disease, or if you are using Hepatitis C antiviral drugs before starting on Ovima.

If you miss taking one pill at any time, then you should take it as soon as you remember and then take your next pill at the regular scheduled time

If you miss 2 pills in a row during the first 2 weeks of your cycle, then you should take 2 pills on the day you remember and then 2 pills the next day. Then take one pill a day until you finish the pack and use a second method of birth control for the next 7 days following the day you last missed taking the pill.

Smoking tobacco increases the risk of heart disease for women using birth control medication.

Store medication at room temperature, out of light and in a dry location and out of the reach of children.


Negative drug interactions may occur between Ovima birth control pills and other Rx medications, including anastrozole, apalutamide, aprepitant, atorvastatin, bosentan, bromocriptine, celecoxib, cholestyramine, clarithromycin, clozapine, cobicistat, colesevelam, colestipol, cyclosporine, dantrolene, darolutamide, deferasirox, elagolix, enzalutamide, flibanserin, fostemsavir, glecaprevir, lenalidomide, lomitapide, mifepristone, mitotane, modafinil, mycophenolate, nirmatrelvir, octreotide, ospemifene, perampanel, pitolisant, phenobarbital, pomalidomide, rifabutin, rifampin, roflumilast, ropinirole, sarilumab, satralizumab, selegiline, tacrolimus, tecovirimat, telotristat, theophylline, tocilizumab, tizanidine, ursodiol, and warfarin

Let your doctor know of all medications you are currently taking before getting a prescription and proceeding to buy Ovima birth control online.

Side Effects

Ovima side effects may occur, and some women may experience breast tenderness or swelling, acne, contact lens discomfort, fibroid growths, headache, nausea, skin rash, vomiting, or weight changes. If side effects are experienced, you may want to stop use and meet with a doctor again to discuss birth control alternatives.

Remember, these are not exhaustive lists, and it's important to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized advice and guidance. If you prefer, you may contact the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) directly. Visit or call 1-800-FDA-1088

Frequently Asked Questions about Birth Control Pills

How do birth control pills work?

Combination birth control pills prevent ovulation, thicken cervical mucus, and alter the uterine wall to impede sperm passage and fertilized egg implantation.

Do birth control pills cause weight gain?

Weight gain is possible, especially for women with glandular dysfunction or sedentary lifestyles.

Can I take 3 birth control pills in one day?

No, exceeding the recommended dosage is unsafe and ineffective. Follow your prescription guidelines, and consult your healthcare provider if you've missed doses.

When to start birth control pills?

Generally, start birth control pills on the first day of your period. However, specific instructions may vary, so follow your prescription details precisely.

Do birth control pills expire?

Yes, birth control pills have an expiration date. Using them after expiration may reduce effectiveness, so be aware of the expiry date on your medication.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The above information is intended to increase awareness of health information and does not suggest treatment or diagnosis. This information is not a substitute for individual medical attention and should not be construed to indicate that use of the drug is safe, appropriate, or effective for you. See your health care professional for medical advice and treatment.