It may not be safe for certain women to take Aviane due to their health and medical history. This is why it’s important to disclose your full medical history to the doctor. They particularly need to know if you’ve ever experienced diabetes, any cancer, chest pain, unexplained bleeding from the vagina, problems with the thyroid gland, edema, stroke, kidney or liver disease or tumours of these organs, history of yellowing of the skin or eyes while having taken birth control in the past, or at all, any heart problem, headache or migraine problems, personal or family history of any inflammatory disorder, mental health problems, gallbladder problems, blood clots, high blood pressure, breast problems (such as lumps or swelling), clotting disorders or high cholesterol.
You should also make the doctor aware if you’ve ever suffered with any health condition which affected the breasts (such as fibrocystic breast disease or lumps), irregular menstrual cycles, liver or kidney disease, diabetes, gallbladder disease, any kind of seizure migraine, depression, high cholesterol, triglycerides, heart problems, high blood pressure or you’re prone to clots.
Lastly, tell the doctor about any medication you take or have recently taken. This includes non-prescription or recreational drugs. Particularly tell them if you take cetirizine, vitamin D3, topiramate, spironaconte, montelukast, fluoxetine, omeprazole, multivitamins, metformin, escitalopram, lamotrigine, ibuprofen, gabapentin, cyclobenzaprine, duloxetine, cyclobenzaprine, amitriptyline, albuterol or apripozole.