Triadene Suitability


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Some women are unable to use the contraceptive pill because it has adverse effects on their health. The pill has been linked to a number of risks and if you have a medical condition that could also associate to one of these risks, your health will be compromised. Therefore, some women simply cannot use Triadene. Some women are able to use the pill with caution as long as they attend regular checkups.

Your health will be at risk if you take Triadene and have any of the following conditions. Do not take the pill if you have or have had cancers of the womb, cervix, vagina or breast. You should also not take it if you have had liver tumours, liver disease or jaundice. The pill can increase the risk of blood clots so if you have a history of this condition, have had a heart attack, stroke, have diabetes that affects the blood vessels, sickle cell anaemia or high levels of fat in your blood, you should not use the contraceptive pill. You should also not be prescribed Triadene if you have unexplained vaginal bleeding, persistent itching or are allergic to any of the ingredients.

There are a number of women with health conditions who can use the pill as long as they use it with caution. This includes having regular check ups and smear tests to ensure that you are healthy and that the pill is not having any adverse effects. You can use Triadene with caution if you have epilepsy, bad migraines, chloasma, diabetes, tetany, poryphryia, multiple sclerosis, fibroids, depression, varicose veins, kidney problems, otosclerosis, asthma or if you are obese.


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