Femodene side effects are typically mild and only affect a minority of women who use it. Nonetheless, it’s important to know the risks involved and what to look out for before starting treatment.
Serious side effects are rare on Femodene. But f you experience any of the following, seek immediate medical attention:
Allergic reactions: Swelling in the hands, face, throat, mouth, tongue or lips, problems swallowing and hives or a severe rash.
Deep vein thrombosis: Swelling of the leg, pain when walking or standing, warmth in the affected area and a blueish and red tinge.
Pulmonary embolism: Breathing difficulties, coughing, bringing up blood, pain in the chest when inhaling, dizziness, stomach pain and irregular heartbeat.
Heart attack: Chest pain, squeezing in the breast area, indigestion and a choking feeling, discomfort in the upper body that moves to the back, arms, throat and jaw, sweating, nausea, vomiting, weakness and anxiety.
Stroke: Numbness and weakness on one side of the body, confusion, problems speaking, vision issues, loss of coordination, severe headaches and seizures.
Other blood clots: Swelling and a blue tinge in the fingers or toes, severe pain in the stomach.
Of the more common and potentially serious side effects, Femodene anxiety issues have also been reported in a small number of those using this treatment. Femodene depression rates are also slightly increased with use of the drug.