What is the name of the generic NuvaRing?
Medically reviewed by Drugs.com. Last updated on Jan 4, 2022.
The first approved generic version of NuvaRing is called EluRyng.
EluRyng (ethinyl estradiol/etonogestrel) Vaginal Ring
- Date of Approval: December 11, 2019
- Company: Amneal Pharmaceuticals LLC
- Uses: Birth Control
What is EluRyng?
- EluRyng is a flexible birth control vaginal ring used to prevent pregnancy.
- EluRyng contains a combination of an estrogen and a progestin, two kinds of female hormones.
How do you use EluRyng?
- EluRyng is used in a 4-week cycle. The EluRyng is inserted into your vagina where it is kept in place for 3 weeks (21 days). It is removed for a 1-week break (7 days) when you will usually have your menstrual period. A new EluRyng is inserted for each cycle.
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