Femodene ED and Other Medications

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Some medications can have an effect on Femodene ED and stop it from working properly. Therefore, in some cases, you will not be protected from pregnancy.

Also, the pill can stop some medications from working correctly or cause their side effects to be amplified. Therefore, if you are on any type of medication or are about to start some, you must tell your doctor so that they can make sure that there are no interactions that will interfere with the pills success and vice versa.

Most medication that is used to treat epilepsy will stop the pill from being an effective method of contraception. Most antibiotics will also have this effect. If you have been prescribed antibiotics for a short period of time, then you should use an extra method of protection such as condoms for the duration of the treatment and for a few days after. However, if you are going to be using the antibiotics for more than two weeks, you should consider changing your method of contraception. Griseofulvin is a medication that is used to treat fungal infections and will cause the pill to stop working. Barbiturates, anti-inflammatory medications such as phenylbutazone and the herbal remedy St Johns wort will all have this effect on the contraceptive pill.

The pill itself can affect a number of medications. It may cause the side effects of certain medications to become amplified. This may aggravate your body as the side effects can be unpleasant so if this occurs, you should let your doctor know and they can decide the best route to take to deal with these problems. It may be that Femodene ED is not a suitable method of contraception for you whilst using other medications.

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