Essay On Birth Control Pills

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To a greater extent, birth control pills and noresthisterone pose as a danger to the female body and its normal funtions. Taking these pills does result in irregular levels of hormones in the body which significantly harms the normal processes of the body especially those of the liver. However, they do assist many women with the positives that they come with.

The birth control pill (also called “the Pill”) is a daily pill that contains hormones to change the way the body works and prevent pregnancy. (http://m.kidshealth.org.en/teens/contraception-birth.html?WT.ac=). Birth control pills are one of the most commonly used forms of contraception. They are highly recommended by doctors as they are safe and reliable which is why there's an estimated 150 million women using them worldwide.

The pill is a form of contraception that's used by the everyday modern woman as many are in the workforce and have busy lives or they aren't quite ready to have children. Birth control pills are also recommended to couples as a part of family planning because the pill prevents fertilisation from taking place after sexual intercourse. The “birth control pills are often prescribed to address symptoms (like cramping, spotting,
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You may gain or lose weight, get nausea, mood swings, irregular mood swings, bleeding as well as acne. These side effects are the minor ones that come with being on the pill. There’s serious health risks that are brought forth to the female body. Birth control pills increase the chances of cervical and breast cancers, increased risk of stroke as well as heart attacks http://bodyecology.com/articles/dangers_birth_control_pill.php
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