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Speech On Birth Control Pills

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The Pill seems to be the easiest method of preventing an unwanted pregnancy, but it is also one of the most risky ones. Although natural methods of contraception have at least the same success rate and are a fraction of the cost or free, they are rarely publicized. Despite warnings by an increasing number of health officials about the strong side effects of the drug, it is still regarded as the “best and safest” method of contraception.

It is estimated that 150 million women worldwide take birth control pills.

Why?

If women knew the true dangers of birth control pills, would the numbers be so high?

Not a chance.

Sadly, in spite of knowing the devastating risks of birth control and lack of long term safety especially for teenagers, pills
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This little known fact is never discussed and unfortunately women are battling yeast overgrowth and yeast infections (candida) that are particularly dangerous to your overall health.
How do birth control pills work?
Let’s understand how birth control pills work in your body.

Typically, your body ovulates once a month, ripening a new egg that will then journey down a fallopian tube. Eventually it reaches the uterus, where it would implant, if fertilized.
If not fertilized by a sperm, then the lining of the uterus that had built up in preparation for the fertilized egg is unnecessary. Both egg and uterine lining leave your body, cleansing your system and preparing for a new month.
When you take birth control pills, you impose synthetic hormones on your natural cycle.

Many birth control pills contain high levels of estrogen that effectively convince your pituitary gland that you are pregnant (this explains some of the side effects of the drugs) and that you don’t need to ovulate. Because your body thinks you are pregnant, the uterine lining thickens. Once you start the placebo pills, however, your estrogen level drops suddenly, and your body menstruates
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If you are taking birth control pills for a reason other than contraception, please reconsider.

Whether you are trying to clear up your skin or ease disruptive and painful PMS, keep in mind that birth control pills are merely addressing the symptoms and are not solving the problem. Your body is actually trying to tell you something.

Acne may indicate that your colon, lymph and liver need cleansing. It may be that your hormones are out of balance, that you are not managing stress and/or, that your thyroid and adrenals are fatigued. Acne is also a common symptom of a yeast infection or candidiasis.

As you can see the underlying cause of something as seemingly simple as acne can be more complex than you might realize. Although birth control pills may improve your symptoms for a short time, the imbalances in your body and its overall health continues to decline and the risks of oral contraceptives only compound the
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