Who Can Take Femodene ED?


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Femodene ED is a form of contraception that is not suitable for everyone. Sometimes, it can cause certain medical conditions to be aggravated or pose too high a risk to your health for you to use this method of contraception. Generally, if you are under 40, are healthy and have no underlying condition that could be aggravated by the pill or any lifestyle factor that could increase your risk of disease, you can use Femodene ED.

Who is unsuitable?

If you have any of the following medical conditions, you will not be suitable to take Femodene ED. It will aggravate the condition and will quite dangerous to your health.  If you suffer from any blood disorders such as sickle cell anaemia, blood clots or have very high blood pressure you will not be suitable for the pill. You must also not take the pill if you have blood fat metabolism disorders.

You will not be prescribed Femodene ED if you have vaginal bleeding, jaundice, have ever had liver diseases, cancers especially breast cancer, diabetes with complications or have had a rash caused by Herpes gestationis. Also, if you are allergic to any of the ingredients or develop an allergic reaction whilst using Femodene ED, you will not be able to use this method of contraception.

Some illnesses can be aggravated

There are a number of conditions in which you can use Femodene ED but you must use it with caution as it can make some illnesses worse. You will need to be under close observation with your doctor who will check that none of your conditions are being aggravated and that the pill is not having adverse side effects on your health.

If you have varicose veins, inflamed veins, high blood pressure or family members who have a history of blood clots, you will be monitored very closely whilst under Femodene ED. Also if you have epilepsy, suffer from migraines, have poryphryia, asthma, breast problems, calcium deficiency with cramps, kidney problems, diabetes, systemic lupus erthematosus, chloasma or multiple sclerosis, you will have to take Femodene with caution. Also, if you are overweight, you are at risk of increasing the chance of you having certain disorders such as blood clots whilst on the contraceptive pill.


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