Who should not take MVASI?
The following conditions are contraindicated with this drug. Check with your physician if you have any of the following:
- low levels of female hormones in the body called hypogonadism
- decrease of neutrophils in the blood from cancer chemotherapy
- low levels of a type of white blood cell called neutrophils
- high blood pressure
- a heart attack
- angina, a type of chest pain
- chronic heart failure
- a hemorrhage in the brain
- a transient ischemic attack, a type of stroke that lasts only a few minutes
- obstruction of a blood vessel by a blood clot
- inflammation of the esophagus with erosion
- an abnormal connection between the esophagus and windpipe
- a gastrointestinal tract fistula
- bleeding of the stomach or intestines
- nephrotic syndrome, a type of kidney disorder
- bleeding not related to menstrual period
- recent operation
- elevation of proteins in the urine
- impaired wound healing
- a patient who is producing milk and breastfeeding
- a rupture in the wall of the stomach or intestine
- problems with wound healing after a surgery
- a type of brain disorder called posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome
- a fistula between two body organs
- secondary ovarian failure, a condition where ovaries stop working before age 40
- necrotizing fasciitis
- bleeding in the alveoli of the lungs
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