Who should not take Enjuvia?

Do not take Enjuvia if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. If you are pregnant, have a history of breast cancer or other estrogen-dependent cancers or have abnormal vaginal bleeding, you should not take Enjuvia. Also, do not take Enjuvia if you have blood clots, liver problems, circulation problems or have had a stroke or heart attack within the past year.

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