Recently, at least 30 lawsuits have been filed against Johnson and Johnson. Women reported that after using the Ortho Evra patch they developed blood clots. Allegedly, Johnson and Johnson knew about the extreme risks of Ortho Evra because of the excessive amounts of estrogen in the patch.
Ortho Evra is a form of birth control that is easier and more convenient than taking a traditional daily pill. Women can simply and discreetly place a patch on their bodies once a week. It’s as simple as that. 95% of women how have tried Ortho Evra have been satisfied with it ease and effectiveness. When used correctly, Ortho Evra is 99% effective against pregnancy.
Ortho Evra is manufactured by today’s leading birth control supplier, Ortho Women’s Health and Urology, by Johnson and Johnson. As a trusted provider of birth control, Ortho Women’s Health and Urology has maintained its research and further development. They are the creators of the first an only birth control patch, Ortho Evra, which many women use today.