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Want to plan conception later, have fibroids in uterus, prescribed Femilon oral contraceptive tablets. Are they safe?

Hello Doctor, I have two fibroids in my uterus .I m recently married and dont want to plan for children atleast till 6months.So my gyn asked me to use Femilon oral contraceptive tablets.But when I read about those tablets in internet there are mixed reviews.So I m in a dilemma what to do?Could you please help me. Thanks a lot.
Asked On : Mon, 16 Apr 2012
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WHY U WANT TO USE FEMILION AS ORAL CONTACEPTIVE IF FIBROIDS ARE SUBSERAL THEN IT WILL NOT CAUSE ANY HARM IF USE IUD OR SAFE SEX OR CONDOM TOO IF YOU WANT TO AVOID TO TAKE ANY MEDICINE BECAUSE ANY MEDICINE TAKEN HAS GOT SOME SIDE EFFECTS .EVEN CONDOM CAN BE HELPFUL,FEMILION HAS GOT MANY PRGESTATIN WHICH DOES NOT CAUSE ANY HARM ON FIBROID,YOU CAN USE IT
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