Usage of Elleste Duet Conti
Contra Indications: Known or suspected pregnancy. Known, suspected, or past history of breast cancer. Known or suspected oestrogen-dependent neoplasia. Vaginal bleeding of unknown aetiology. Active deep vein thrombosis, thromboembolic disorders, or a history of confirmed venous thromboembolism. Acute or chronic liver disease or history of liver disease where the liver function tests have failed to return to normal. Rotor's syndrome or Dubin-Johnson syndrome. Severe cardiac or renal disease. Hypersensitivity to one or more of the ingredients. Pregnancy and lactation
Drug description Elleste Duet Conti
Generic name: Estradiol [oestradiol], norethisterone acetate
Drug class description: Oestrogens / progestogens
Special precautions Elleste Duet Conti
Adverse and side effects Elleste Duet Conti
Presentation Elleste Duet Conti
- Elleste Duet Conti Tablets, estradiol 2mg, norethisterone acetate 1mg
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