Ortho Evra patch refers to a thin, peach-colored patch that sticks to the skin and time releases synthetic estrogen and progestin into the bloodstream to inhibit ovulation, increase cervical mucus, and render the uterus inhospitable Ortho Evra patch is also referred to as the "Patch"

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