What Is the Risk of Side Effects From Using Ovira?

Ovira is a small device that stops pain signals from travelling to the brain thus reducing period pain. But is it risk-free? Find out about the side effects.

By Toni Henning
Edited by Taj Schlebusch

Published October 29, 2021.

Ovira is a small, safe to use, wearable device that makes use of pulse therapy to stop pain signals traveling to the brain, thus reducing period pain. It can also assist with cramping caused by IUDs. However, let's find out whether this product is truly risk free.

Potential Adverse Reactions From Using Ovira

Ovira (Noha) is a legit drug-free, non-invasive pain treatment system that has passed extensive clinical testing. It is also FDA-approved, TGA-approved, and CE-marked.

What Is the Risk of Side Effects From Using Ovira?

The chance of negative Ovira side effects is regarded as minimal; in fact, only 1% based on negative Ovira reviews.

You may develop mild skin discomfort due to the electrical stimulation, which is a typical reaction if you have sensitive skin.

The gel pads that come with your Ovira device are of the highest quality. If you have sensitive skin, take note that the following ingredients are used in the gels:

  • Crosslinked acrylic resin
  • Polyhydric alcohol
  • Electrolytic salt
  • Additives
  • Stabilizers.

If skin irritation continues or worsens, discontinue the use of Ovira (Noha) and visit your doctor. Noha should only be used on skin that is healthy and undamaged.

Who Is at Risk of Side Effects From Ovira?

We do not recommend using Ovira if you are pregnant, have a cardiac pacemaker, implanted defibrillator, or any other implanted electronic device.

If you are currently under the care of a physician, receiving medical treatment for pain, or have been diagnosed with heart disease or epilepsy, we advise against using Ovira as this may lead to adverse side effects.

In these cases, please consult your healthcare professional before using the device.

Conclusion

If you suffer from period pain or IUD discomfort, the Ovira (Noha) is a safe, drug-free way to reduce the pain so that you can function as normal again.