Planning For Birth Control Order Birth Control Pills Online At Birth

Posted: September 12, 2013 in Uncategorized
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A once-a-week birth control patch that has to be put on the skin and releases two horones: estrogen and progestin (the same as the combined pill). It can be applied on the buttock, upper torso (front and back, excluding breasts), abdomen and upper outer arm. It is important when using the patch to change where you stick it on your body each week to avoid skin irritation. The patch adheres well to the skin, allowing you to perform your daily activities such as bathing, showering, swimming and exercising without interruption. If the sticky surface of the patch becomes wet, discard it and apply a new patch. It has to be worn for 3 weeks, then 1 week patchless.

Pros: a very effective birth control method (99%); possibility to control periods; can reduce painful and heavy periods; can reduce premenstrual syndrome (PMS); can reduce endometriosis symptoms.

But not all birth control methods available do have side effects. Abstaining and outercourse which is the opposite of intercourse are still considered to be the most effective as the sperm never meets the egg.

Besides, low estrogen, what other types of birth control pills can affect on weight? The combined pills containing desogestrel type of progestin and low dose of estrogen would cause very little weight gain compared to the pills containing norethindrone (like Ortho Novum 7/7/7?). This is possibly due to specific progestin mainly due to lesser insulin resistance. Low estrogen can be found in the birth control pills like Alesse, Loestrin Fe, Mircette etc. If you are experiencing weight gain or fluid retention symptoms from your present oral contraceptives, you can consult your healthcare professional or doctor to know which birth control pills are suitable for you.

Cons: may cause you to lose stored calcium in the bones and therefore shouldn’t be used long term (for example, more than 2 years) and only if other methods of birth control are not right for you; delayed return of fertility; possible side effects are weight gain, irregular menstrual bleeding, amenorrhea, headache, abdominal cramps, dizziness, weakness or fatigue and nervousness.

Do you drink grapefruit juice every morning? Have you taken St. John’s wort recently? Hormonal birth control pills can interact with many other things. Find out what you are doing that might lower your birth control’s effectiveness even if you didn’t know.

So why on earth would these men do this? Why would they fool around with the effectiveness of birth control methods their girlfriends use? Why are they so intent on having them become pregnant? Researchers believe that there could be a few possibilities here. Some of these men live dangerous lives of crime. When they aren’t really sure of how long they are going to be around, they hope for some kind of legacy – a child to carry their name forward. Some men come from broken families and feel that if they start a family on their own, things could somehow be more wholesome. And some men just feel that having babies all over town is some kind of badge of honor – of their virility. Sometimes, they just feel that weighed down by baby, the woman in their lives will think twice about leaving them. Truly pathetic reasons, of course.


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