Who Can Take Ovysmen?


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Some women should not take Ovysmen, as it can be bad for their health. Most women can take the combined contraceptive pill as long as you are in good health and have no underlying medical conditions. The pill has been linked with some diseases so if you have an illness that is related to any of these diseases, you should not take the contraceptive pill.

In some instances, you should not use the contraceptive pill. Your doctor will make the final decision and if they decide you should not use Ovysmen, it is because it poses too much of a risk to your health. You should not use the pill if you have or have had cancers such as breast, womb and cervical cancer. You should also not use it if you have had liver tumours or liver disease. Other conditions such as blood clots, high blood pressure, heart problems, irregular heart beat, systemic lupus erthematosus or diabetes should not interact with the pill and you should not use Ovysmen in these circumstances. Also, if you have any allergies to the ingredients of the pill, you cannot use it.

Sometimes, women can use the pill if they use it with caution. This includes attending regular checkups to make sure you are still of good health. The pill is usually prescribed to women in these circumstances who have an illness that could potentially be aggravated by the pill. You can use Ovysmen if you have gall bladder problems, poryphryia, migraines, chloasma or pruritis. If you had any illnesses that were aggravated by pregnancy, you should mention these to your doctor. If you notice that your illness becomes worse whilst using the pill, or if you experience any of these conditions for the first time, you need to contact your doctor.


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