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Drug interaction between Yasmin and Bedranol for migraine

Hello, I m 23 years old. I have a migraine with an aura (with aging its less and less often) and I have heard that I shouldnt take contraceptive pills. I used to be on Yasmin, which didn t cause more migraines, actually less... My doctor told me few options like POP, implant, injection etc. which have too many side effects and stop your periods (which I don t think is healthy). I also took for some time Bedranol (everyday capsules that prevent migraines). My question is - is it okay to keep taking Yasmin and Bedranol at the same time? Wouldn t it balance it a bit? Thanks, XXXX
Asked On : Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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you need to have a thorough check up and investigation before reaching to a remedy.Please go for the same...all pain killers do have their own side effects on long term use..especially for LIVER.try to find out the reason of migraine and then treat it.
Answered: Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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