birth control pills

birth control pills

There are 7 comments on the InteliHealth story from Sep 12, 2007, titled birth control pills. In it, InteliHealth reports that:

June 21, 2002 Last reviewed and revised by the Faculty of Harvard Medical School on March 24, 2006 By Harold J. DeMonaco, M.S. Massachusetts General Hospital An Overview of Oral Contraceptives Oral ... via InteliHealth

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Since: Sep 07

Jersey Shore

#1 Sep 18, 2007 you have to be careful with drugs if you're pregnant - besides the obvious of not taking birth control any more

Austin, TX

#2 Apr 19, 2008
Bottom line is still. Any form of birth control high, medium, low, dose. Is Poison. What doesn't effect you today, will tomorrow.

Gloucester, VA

#3 Apr 20, 2008
Shadow wrote:
Bottom line is still. Any form of birth control high, medium, low, dose. Is Poison. What doesn't effect you today, will tomorrow.
Hmmmm, so you think that unplanned, unwanted pregnancies and increased abortions are a better option???

There is NOTHING that we put into our bodies that doesn't carry some form of risk. We have the responsibility to evaluate and consider if the benefits outweight the risks... if they do, we are free to consume products as we (and our health care provider) see fit.

BCP's are not poison. They are a means of protecting OUR bodies (I'm thinking YOU are not ar risk to become pregnant) from undesired pregnancies. They also serve numerous other functions: decreasing pain with menstual cycles, reducing blood flow, regulating cycles, diminishing PMS symptoms, controlling acne... the list goes on. As a female, I consider this a pretty darn good product to have available.

San Antonio, TX

#4 Oct 23, 2010
I can recommend a reputable pharmacy I recieved my pills within one week of ordering them.
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Brooklyn, NY

#5 Apr 10, 2013
I think it differs for each woma and there are also several benefits to these birth control methods that Chris already mentioned. I think proper information may help reduce problems that may be caused by birth control use. This topic was also discussed at the NuvaRing Lawsuit Information Center and several other sites. Discussing these things will help widen one's perspective.

Coquitlam, Canada

#6 May 20, 2013
If a woman does not want to keep using the Mirena and does not want to become pregnant, the Mirena should be removed in the first few days of starting menses. If it is removed at any other time during the menstrual cycle, then proper contraception should be used beginning a week before the removal of the IUD. The reason for using contraception before the removal of Mirena is because it is possible for sperm to live inside a woman's body for as long as five days. However, Mirena IUD, have been recalled due to injurous effects on its user. If you want to know more about Mirena and its side effects, there are articles that I bumped into at that may be of great help to you.

San Jose, CA

#7 Jun 14, 2013
The continuous review of these birth control is necessary. I have read several studies online regarding the use of several hormonal contraceptives and found this site . I think women need to choose their birth control well.

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