Who Can Use Noriday?


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The contraceptive pill is not suitable for everyone. Generally, if you are of good heath and have no medical conditions that may be aggravated by the pill, you can use Noriday. If you are over the age of 40, it is unlikely that you will be prescribed the pill.  In some cases, you simply are not suitable for the pill because your health will be at risk and in other cases, you can use the pill with caution, as long as it does not have any adverse effects on your health.

You should not use the contraceptive pill if you have certain conditions. If you have ever had cancer of the womb, cervix, vagina or breast you are not suitable for Noriday. You also shouldn’t use it if you have ever had liver tumours or liver problems in general such as jaundice. It should not be used in conjunction with heart diseases, angina, sickle cell anaemia, blood clots or if you have ever had a stroke or a heart attack. If you have ever had pruritis, high fat levels in the blood, vaginal bleeding or are allergic to any of the ingredients in the pill, do not use Noriday.

In some cases, you can use the contraceptive pill as long as you attend regular check ups. The pill may aggravate certain illnesses but it does not always have adverse effects so you can use the pill with caution if you have epilepsy, depression, asthma, tetany, poryphryia, diabetes, migraines, varicose veins, gallstones, heart or kidney problems, multiple sclerosis, otosclerosis or high blood pressure. If you notice that your illness has been aggravated since starting the pill or you experience any of these conditions for the first time, you need to contact your doctor immediately. It may be that you will not be able to use Noriday as a method of contraception because it may pose too much of a risk to your health.


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