Side Effects of Femodene ED

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Most women who use Femodene Ed do not usually experience many side effects. If you do experience any whilst on the pill, it is usually in the first few months of use whilst your body gets used to the new medication. Most side effects are aggravating but not harmful, however there are a number of side effects that are serious and are indicators of underlying conditions. If you experience any of the serious side effects, you must contact your doctor immediately.

Serious side effects

If you experience a migraine for the first time or one that is very severe, pains in your chest or legs, tightness in your chest, difficulty breathing, changes in vision, dizziness or problems with your speech, you must contact your doctor immediately. There could be a blood clot in the areas that are painful and this could lead to a stroke, heart attack or pulmonary embolism.

The pill can cause an increased risk of some cancers. If you notice lumps in your breast, nipple changes or dimpling of the skin, these could be signs of breast cancer and you must seek medical attention. Vaginal discharge, pain in the pelvic region, unusual vaginal bleeding or painful sex could indicate cancer of the cervix.

On rare occasions, the pill can cause liver problems so there are a number of side effects that could indicate this. These could include jaundice, which is yellowing of the skin or eyes, hepatitis, pain in the abdomen that is severe and long lasting or itching that covers your entire body.

More common side effects

The main side effect that the pill can cause is bleeding and spotting in the first couple of months when starting Femodene. This is normal and should disappear after a few months but if it doesn’t stop or becomes heavy, contact your doctor. You may also experience sore/tender breasts, mood swings or depression, headaches, nausea, weight changes or chloasma. The pill can cause fluid retention so you may feel more bloated or have problems with contact lenses.

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