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Who should not take Zeosa?

Check with your physician if you have any of the following:


Depression, Irregular Involuntary Spasms of Limbs or Facial Muscles, Tobacco Smoking, Epileptic Seizure, Migraine Headache, A Blood Clot within the Blood Vessels of the Eye, Poor Vision, Optic Disk Edema, Increased Cardiovascular Event Risk, Protein C Deficiency Disease, High Blood Pressure, Heart Attack, Disease of the Arteries of the Heart, Blood Clot in Lung, Chronic Heart Failure, Stroke, Obstruction of a Blood Vessel by a Blood Clot, Blood Clot in Vein, Blood Clot in a Deep Vein, Asthma, Liver Problems, Disease of the Gallbladder, Kidney Disease, Lump in the Breast, Bleeding Not Related to Menstrual Period, Yellow-Brown Patches on Skin, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Recent Operation, Visible Water Retention, Bedridden Patient or One Unable to Move Around Freely, Pregnancy, Uterine Fibroids, Breast Cancer, Family History of Breast Cancer, Cancer of the Ovary, Cancer in the Lining of the Uterus, Tumor that is Dependent on Estrogen for Growth, Underactive Thyroid, Diabetes, Condition caused by Low Levels of Parathyroid Hormone, High Cholesterol, High Amount of Triglyceride in the Blood, High Amount of Fats in the Blood, High Amount of Calcium in the Blood, Water Retention, Porphyria, Hepatic Porphyria, Inherited Disorder of Continuing Episodes of Swelling, Overweight, Deficiency of Anti-Clotting Agents, Abnormal Increase in Ability of Blood to Clot, Disorder of Mental Processes due to a Brain Disease



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