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follow the instructions

doctors make it so simple


by MetalGear

submitted November 4th 2015

what do you think? let everyone know!
follow the instructions
comments (36)
Lord have mercilon. That's complicated....
3 years ago
Just take them all
3 years ago
At once
3 years ago
Problem solved
3 years ago
Mercilon tablets are a type of hormonal contraception and the reasons not to use and side effects pretty much give way to the reason of not using it in the first place
3 years ago
3 years ago
makes as much sense as the tablet directions
3 years ago
Mercilon should not be used by:

Women who are breastfeeding (the combined pill shouldn't be taken until weaning or for six months after birth - see below for more information).
Women who have ever had a blood clot in a vein (venous thromboembolism), eg in the leg (deep vein thrombosis) or in the lungs (pulmonary embolism).
Women with a parent, brother or sister who has had a blood clot in a vein (venous thromboembolism), eg in the leg (deep vein thrombosis) or in the lungs (pulmonary embolism) before the age of 45.
Women with blood disorders that increase the risk of blood clots in the veins, eg antiphospholipid syndrome or factor V Leiden.
Women having sclerosing treatment for varicose veins.
Women with two or more other risk factors for getting a blood clot in a vein, eg obesity, smoking, long-term immobility.
Women who have ever had a heart attack, stroke or mini-stroke caused by a blood clot in an artery.
Women with angina, heart valve disease or an irregular heartbeat called atrial fibrillation.
Women with moderate to severe high blood pressure (hypertension).
Women who smoke more than 40 cigarettes per day.
Women over 50 years of age.
Women over 35 years of age who smoke more than 15 cigarettes per day.
Women with severe diabetes, eg with complications affecting the eyes, kidneys or nerves.
Women with two or more other risk factors for getting a blood clot in an artery, eg family history of heart attack or stroke before the age of 45 (parent, brother or sister), diabetes, high blood pressure, smoking, high cholesterol levels, obesity, migraines.
Women who get migraines with aura, severe migraines regularly lasting over 72 hours despite treatment, or migraines that are treated with ergot derivatives.
Women with breast cancer or a history of breast cancer (although the pill can be used if you have been free of cancer for five years and you don'’t want to use non-hormonal methods of contraception).
Women with abnormal vaginal bleeding where the cause is not known.
Women with a long-term condition called systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE).
Women with a history of excess of urea in the blood, causing damaged red blood cells (haemolytic uraemic syndrome).
Women with active liver disease, eg liver cancer, hepatitis.
Women with a history of liver disease when liver function has not returned to normal.
Women with disorders of bile excretion that cause jaundice (eg Dubin-Johnson or Rotor syndrome).
Women with gallstones.
Women with a history of jaundice, severe itching, hearing disorder called otosclerosis, or rash called pemphigoid gestationis during a previous pregnancy, or previous use of sex hormones.
Hereditary blood disorders known as porphyrias.
3 years ago
Mercilon should be used with caution by:

Women aged over 35 years.
Women whose parent, brother or sister had a heart attack or stroke caused by a blood clot before the age of 45.
Women who are obese.
Women with diabetes mellitus.
Women with high blood pressure (hypertension).
Women with heart failure.
Women who use a wheelchair.
Women with a history of inflammation of a vein caused by a superficial blood clot (thrombophlebitis).
Women with anaemia caused by a hereditary blood disorder where abnormal haemoglobin is produced (sickle cell anaemia).
Women with a history of severe depression, especially if this was caused by taking the pill in the past.
Women with a history of migraines (see above).
Women with inflammatory bowel disease, eg Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis.
Women with a personal or family history of raised levels of fats called triglycerides in the blood (hypertriglyceridaemia).
Women with raised levels of the hormone prolactin in their blood (hyperprolactinaemia).
Women with an undiagnosed breast lump or gene mutations that are associated with breast cancer, eg BRCA1.
Women with a history of irregular brown patches appearing on the skin, usually of the face, during pregnancy or previous use of a contraceptive pill (chloasma). Women with a tendency to this condition should minimise their exposure to the sun or UV light while taking this contraceptive.
3 years ago
I like the part used by caution of women in wheelchairs
3 years ago
I liked the part when you weren't around
3 years ago
Wtf is all bollocks
3 years ago
3 years ago
thanks lobos but I am here and again stfu
3 years ago
I'm dead.
3 years ago
"Ya Dr., I took them according to directons and now I can't feel my face..."
3 years ago
"Did you take all 20 like the instructions said?"
3 years ago
* Jenbirdy blows spit bubbles *
3 years ago
3 years ago
She's blowing my cum bubbles you little bitch
3 years ago
It's not even 10pm yet!
3 years ago
CRYAX!! you Liberace hemorrhoid... why don't you go restock your vaseline? adults are talking....
3 years ago
I'm sure your dad will be home soon to blast you in the ass.....
3 years ago
Don't get him all worked up, you know he piddles on the rug!
3 years ago
we'll rub his face in it so he'll learn
3 years ago
and then beat him
3 years ago
hi JB
3 years ago
Hey man, how's life been treating ya?
3 years ago
pretty good actually - you have an email i can respond to? (hopefully a generic MSmail one)
otherwise there are a few folks here who have my new email - talk to them maybe

right now i really need to listen to The Beta Band's "The Three EP's" CD though

3 years ago
Just direct all cool music videos to jenbirdy844@gmail.com
3 years ago
You just sentenced yourself to a possums shitty music vids
3 years ago
fuck you whunu
3 years ago
3 years ago
3 years ago
Obviously misprinted instructions. Just saying.
3 years ago
no you!
3 years ago
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