PMID: 7941812Jan 1, 1994Paper

Estrogens and cardiovascular diseases: should current guidelines be changed?

Zentralblatt für Gynäkologie
F Beller, W Theiss

Abstract

Survey about oral contraceptives and postmenopausal hormonal replacement therapy and the effects on coagulation system. The question to withdraw oral contraceptives 4 weeks before a gynecological operation cannot be answered sufficiently. The pros and cons have been discussed. Thromboembolic disorders in the history of a patient are contraindications for oral contraceptives. It can be anticipated, that this rule will be changed in future. There are no scientific hints, which could bring a phlebitis or varicosis in connection etiologically with a thromboembolic disorder during oral contraceptives.

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