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Ortho Evra transdermal

Does Ortho Evra transdermal have side effects?

The following side effects are associated with Ortho Evra transdermal:

Common side effects of Ortho Evra transdermal:

Acute Infection of the Nose, Throat or SinusSevere
Enlarged BreastsLess Severe
Breast TendernessLess Severe
Fluid Secretion from the BreastLess Severe
Visible Water RetentionLess Severe
Head PainLess Severe
Feel Like Throwing UpLess Severe
Stomach CrampsLess Severe
Complication at Treatment SiteLess Severe

Infrequent side effects of Ortho Evra transdermal:

High Blood PressureSevere
Change in Curvature of the EyeSevere
Discharge from the VaginaLess Severe
Yellow-Brown Patches on SkinLess Severe
RashLess Severe
Weight GainLess Severe
Weight LossLess Severe
Yeast Infection of Vagina and VulvaLess Severe
Throwing UpLess Severe

Rare side effects of Ortho Evra transdermal:

A Blood Clot within the Blood Vessels of the EyeSevere
Heart AttackSevere
Blood Clot in LungSevere
Hemorrhage in the BrainSevere
Blood Clot in the BrainSevere
Acute Blood Clot in an ArterySevere
Blood Clot Formation in VeinsSevere
Irritation of the Stomach or IntestinesSevere
Disease of the GallbladderSevere
Yellowing of Skin or Eyes from Bile Flow ProblemsSevere
Absence of Menstrual PeriodsSevere
Bleeding Not Related to Menstrual PeriodSevere
Benign Tumor of Liver CellsSevere
Migraine HeadacheLess Severe
Blood Clot in VeinLess Severe
Female Problems Causing Trouble in Getting PregnantLess Severe
Deficiency of Milk ProductionLess Severe
Taste ProblemsLess Severe
Increased HungerLess Severe

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