The Contraceptive Pill. Are The Risks Worth It?

the big companies – that’s their business – want us to believe that the pill will only bring satisfaction to your life. Here I show you that things are not as advertised.

The contraceptive pill came onto the market in 1961. Because of it, a sexual revolution took place in Western culture: thousands of women began using it as the most accepted method of family planning until recently. Unless technology evolves: today the pill is just one more form of family planning that couples turn to for birth control.

Of course I am not against large families. Furthermore, this article will not touch on the subject of family planning, but will talk about the side effects of indiscriminate use (medicated or not) of the contraceptive pill, with the purpose that the woman who uses it knows the possible consequences of its use.

Why not use the contraceptive pill for birth control?

Basically I will say that because of the consequences on physical and mental health that can be caused for women after a few years of using it.

In the first instance, it has been sold as the number one scientific panacea for family birth control. It is effective, there is no doubt about that, but despite the wonders it offers alongside its benefits, pharmaceutical companies should expose buyers to the risks of dealing with them, which I will discuss below.

Although in many Internet pages you will find that when consuming it you will not present more than minor discomfort for a short period of time and if you consult some doctors about the myths that you have heard about the side effects of the pill, you will find that they will tell you that they are a lie But how does he know if he is a man and has never used it?

Does the use of the contraceptive pill have consequences?

Of course you do: everything you eat, be it apples, pork, medicines, and even drinking water: everything that enters your body affects – for better or for worse – it. So yes: taking the pill will bring you consequences, both positive and negative, but here I will focus on the negative ones that I will not explain at length but that I will point out in a timely manner. In this external link you can obtain more information, but some consequences of taking it are:

  • Breakthrough spots and dripping.

  • Absence of rule.

  • Nonspecific cervicitis.

  • Vaginal yeast infection.

  • Myocardial infarction. Cerebrovascular accidents.

  • Thromboembolism

  • Arterial hypertension.

  • Varicose veins.

  • Diabetes.

  • Breast cancer

  • Cervical cancer.

  • Liver cancer.

  • Mamas. Increase in size with or without hypersensitivity.

  • Mastalgia.

  • Nausea and vomiting

  • Vesicular stones.

  • Weight gain

  • Headache

  • Chloasma

  • Urinary tract infection.

  • Decreased libido

  • Anxiety or depression.

Due to the aforementioned consequences regarding the contraceptive pill and its side effects, I will dare to tell you a first-hand experience, that of my mother.

For years, my mother used the pill as a form of family planning. During the period of time that she used it, she did not have any of the symptoms listed above. She stopped using it when she would no longer need it, as she would be undergoing surgery. It was in preparation for it, that she discovered that the damage to her body had already been done. As a result, she gained quite a bit of weight and varicose veins developed in her legs, dramatically. As if that were not enough, she developed cysts in her breasts and suffered severe uterine bleeding that led her to rush the aforementioned surgery. That happened a few years ago but even now it continues to affect her in her daily life due to the pain of this physical condition of varicose veins.

Attention to what follows!

I do not mean with the above that all women are going to go through the same thing. Each organism is a world and like my mother, many women may not feel sick at all, neither before nor after; but some others can even become sterile due to the indiscriminate use of contraceptives from a very young age and will be unpleasantly surprised when they yearn to get pregnant and cannot.

It is not about not planning or planning, it is about keeping in mind that before making a decision that puts your current and future health at high risk, think about your physical and metal well-being, your family, and your future. For this you have to inform yourself well and this, by the way, is not easy: many companies pay stratospheric amounts to doctors, gynecologists and the media, so that they say that their products do not have negative side effects, but that they will only bring you benefits. Don’t believe everything that is said. What’s more: do not even believe in this video that I attach: I invite you to document yourself well, and very carefully separate the true data, from the mere propaganda of different interests in favor or against the pill.

This being an extremely delicate subject, I invite you to thoroughly document yourself. Look carefully on the Internet for the side effects of the pill, and with that knowledge do what seems appropriate but, as they say in my country, never eat whole and less when it comes to your health. Ask your gynecologist, and don’t forget that whenever you have doubts you have the opportunity for a second medical opinion.

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