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Contraceptive pills are not 100% effective. Surgery to make you sterile or to stop having sex is one of the efficient ways to completely avoid becoming pregnant. Discuss with your doctor all options regarding birth control.
Marvelon does not prevent HIV or other sexually transmitted diseases. It cannot be used as an emergency contraceptive, such as following unprotected sexual contact.
Marvelon can only be purchased with a prescription from a doctor.
After you take the 21 pills, you will have seven days to go without taking any more. A few days after you have taken the last 21 pills, you will feel a withdrawal bleed. The bleeding does not have to stop before you can start the next pack. The new pack should be started immediately following the end of the seven days of no pills.
Marvelon can be started immediately if you have had an abortion or miscarriage. This will give you contraceptive protection when you take your first pill.
Ask your doctor if you are pregnant or just had a baby to determine the best time for you to start using contraceptives.
You should always take the pill as soon as possible if you forget to take it. It is possible to take two pills at once. You are still protected from pregnancy.
Nausea or vomiting
Headache or migraine
Breast enlargement or tenderness
Change in menstrual bleeding
Menstrual spotting or breakthrough bleeding
Decreased sex drive
High blood pressure
Irregular brown patches on the skin
Steepening of corneal curvature, making the wearing of contact lenses uncomfortable
Blood clots in the blood vessels
It is crucial that you fully understand the information regarding blood clots before you take Marvelon.
It is important to understand the risks and benefits of the medication completely. Although Marvelon pills are fit to most healthy women, it is not fit for everyone.
Share your family's medical history with your doctor. Monitor your blood pressure, and perhaps have a breast exam.
Every month, it is important to examine your breasts and nipples to determine the changes that might have occurred. If you notice anything unusual, tell your doctor.
If you need to undergo a blood test or any type of surgery, let your dentist, surgeon, or doctor know that you're taking Marvelon.
If you have any medical conditions, Marvelon should not be used. Ask your doctor for a review of your medical history to determine if Marvelon is right for you.
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