Who should not use Evamist?

Evamist should not be used if you are pregnant or plan on becoming pregnant, as it has been found to cause birth defects. You also should not use Evamist if you are breastfeeding, as the ingredients have been found to pass through breast milk. If you have ever had any kind of cancer related to hormones (like uterine or breast cancers); troubles with circulation, blood clots or your liver; stroke; bleeding disorders; or serious bleeding from the vaginal area, you should not take Evamist. You should discuss all of your medical history with your doctor before beginning to use Evamist.

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