Who Shouldn't take Yasmin?


Yasmin shouldn't be taken by women with kidney, adrenal or liver problems.

Patients who are taking NSAIDS (i.e. motrin) on a regular basis, other potassium sparing diuretics, extra supplements of potassium, heparin or ACE inhibitors should have their potassium levels checked in the first cycle of use.

Wendy Fried, M.D., FACOG, FACS, is an OB/Gyn with Northern Obstetrics and Gynecology, PC in North Hills, New York

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