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Gynera Side Effects

Gynera side effects. Reports of headaches, gastric problems, vomiting, a sensation of anxiety in the breasts, inter menstrual blood loss, effect on body mass and libido swing in mood, depression and chloasma have been associated to the use of Gynera Contraceptive pills in the past. Stop using the drug immediately in case any such adverse reactions occur and become bothersome.

Gynera side effects

Reports of headaches, gastric problems, vomiting, a sensation of anxiety in the breasts, inter menstrual blood loss, effect on body mass and libido swing in mood, depression and chloasma have been associated to the use of Gynera Contraceptive pills in the past. Stop using the drug immediately in case any such adverse reactions occur and become bothersome.

Individual history of reduced easiness of contact lenses has been observed.

Contradictions

  • Pregnancy;
  • Acute  liver disoders;
  • A past record of idiopathic jaundice and acute pruritus of pregnancy;
  • Rotor's syndrome;
  • Dubin-Johnson disease;
  • A past record of or subsisting hepatic tumors;
  • A past account of or subsisting thromboembolic developments in veins or arteries and conditions which affect to such ailments (for example- troubles of the coagulating arrangement with a inclination towards thrombosis, several heart problems);
  • sickle-cell anaemia;
  • Acute diabetes with vascular alteration;
  • Subsisting or treated carcinoma of the breast or the endometrium;
  • Troubles of lipometabolism;
  • A past record of herpes of pregnancy;
  • Otosclerosis with weakening during pregnancy.

Special precautions

Before initiating therapy, a methodical broad checkup (which include blood pressure check, urine examinations for sugar and, if required, special liver examinations) and gynecological check (which include the breasts and a cytological cover of the cervix) must be conducted to identify any ailments necessitating management or any dangers.

The family case record must be circumspectly observed. Troubles of the clotting arrangement ought to be lined out if anyone from the family has experienced thromboembolic ailments (for example- stroke, deep vein thrombosis and myocardial infarction) already at an immature age.

Control tests are suggested at roughly 6-months gap throughout the administration of the drug.

Women experiencing hypertension, tetany, diabetes, varicose veins, multiple sclerosis, otosclerosis, epilepsy, porphyria, chorea minor and women with a past record of phlebitis or with a inclination to diabetes must be strongly observed.

As per the current situation, a connection between the administration of hormonal contraceptives and an amplified danger of arterial and venous thromboembolic ailments can’t be lined out.

The virtual danger of arterial thromboses (for example- stroke or myocardial infarction) emerges to augment more when amplified age, heavy smoking and the administration of combined oral contraceptives overlap.

Gynera Update

In July 2017, the country of Brazil has told maker of Gynera, Bayer SA, to recall 13 lots of the Gynera contraceptive pills. The Brazil government posted that these contraceptive pills do not comply with their current sanitary legislation. This was due to stability data.

Bayer replied the following, “Bayer said that stability tests showed a change in the “profile of the stability study of Gynera,” but that the safety and efficacy of the birth control pills had not been affected.”

Bayer is currently facing dozens of lawsuits in the United States with its contraceptive pills because they did not adequately warn doctors and patients of the health risks these drugs carry.

Always talk to your doctor before taking pills.

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