Who is Suitable for Gedarel?


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When you visit the doctors to get the contraceptive pill, you will have to undergo an examination, in which the doctor will determine whether you are suitable for Gedarel. Some medical conditions react badly with the pill and you should not use the contraceptive pill in some circumstances as it poses too much of a risk to your health to be beneficial. Some women have medical conditions in which you can take Gedarel but you must attend regular checkups to make sure that it is not having an adverse effect on your illness.

If you suffer from any of the following medical conditions, you are not suitable for the contraceptive pill. The pill has been linked to causing small increases in the risk of some diseases so if you have a history of blood clots, heart attacks, problems with blood clotting, high blood pressure, fat blood disorders, damaged blood vessels or have ever had a stroke, you should not use the contraceptive pill The pill can cause an increased risk of blood circulatory problems, so if you already have problems in these areas, your health would be at risk. Also, if you have had breast cancer, liver diseases, cancer of the womb, ovary or cervix or a tumour in the liver you should not use Gedarel. Other conditions that make you not suitable for this form of contraceptive pill are pancreatitis, unexplained vaginal bleeding, and diabetes with complications or if you are allergic to any of the pills ingredients.

In some cases, you can use Gedarel if you have certain conditions as long as you attend regular examinations with your doctor. In these examinations, they will check your blood pressure, ask about any adverse effects you may have experienced, perform smear tests or check your breasts for signs of cancer. You can use Gedarel with caution if you have diabetes, epilepsy, chloasma, have a family history of cancer or blood clots, have gallbladder disease, depression, systemic lupus erthematosus, sickle cell anaemia, poryphryia crohns diseases, inflammatory bowel disease or haemolytic uremic syndrome. If any of these conditions get worse, or you experience them for the first time you should contact your doctor. Also, if you have a condition known as angiodema, the oestrogen in the contraceptive pill could aggravate the condition so if you experience swelling of the face, mouth or have difficulty breathing, contact your doctor.


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