15-Year-Old Girls Are Not - Women'
Political correctness has sunk into absurdity in a situation involving access to the so-called "Plan B" birth control drug.
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#1 May 20, 2013
I think birth control contraceptives has its associated side effects, usually nausea, dizziness, change of appetite, vomiting and more. These side effects depends on body reaction since not of all users felt and experience the same side effects. Some would say, "that kind of contraceptive is perfect for me", some would say, "I don't feel comfortable". I had also read some information about nuvaring birth control that is advisable for those women who forgot to take pills everyday but there are still complains due to side effects. You can also read more information at http://www.mirenalawsuit.us/mirena-iud-carrie... .
#2 May 24, 2013
This debate has really gone too long and too far. The difference in opinions regarding young girls using contraceptives divided the population into two groups. For most conservative parents this is a question in morals but practical parents believe in keeping their children free from pregnancy. I'm not sure if this could help but this http://www.nuvaring-lawsuit.com/third-generat... is one of the articles I've read online that talks about contraception.
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