Some forms of contraception, specifically the intrauterine device (IUD), Norplant, and certain low-dose oral contraceptives (the pill), often do not prevent conception but prevent implantation of an already fertilized ovum. The result is an early abortion, the killing of an already conceived individual. Tragically, many women are not told this by their physicians, and therefore do not make an informed choice about which contraceptive to use. As an additional note, after getting a tubal ligation ("tubes tied"), I learned that the chances for an ectopic pregnancy are much higher than before the procedure. This is when the baby implants in the fallopian tubes instead of in the uterus. When this happens, usually an emergency abortion has to be performed to save the mother's life, when the baby's body becomes so large it ruptures the tube. Neither the baby or mother can survive while the baby is in the fallopian tube, nor has the baby ever been successfully transplanted to the uterus (yet). By the time the tube bursts, the baby has arms, legs, fingers, toes, ear buds, eyes. It is recognizably a miniature baby. http://www.pathguy.com/lectures/ectopic.jpg myspace.com/hopeandhealinginjesus - me
Different forms of birth control can have different side effects. Birth control pills can cause cramping,and possible blod clots.
No. Some forms of birth control pills actually cause you to not get your period for months.
The most known form of male birth control is the condom, but there are another forms, like Sterilization, implanon, male-birth control pill, and many others.
Some different forms of birth control includes birth control pills, morning-after pills, condoms, diaphragms, vasectomy for men, and sterilization for women.
yes it is one of the many forms of birth control.
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All forms of birth control can cause breakthrough bleeding without proper use, or while your body is still adjusting to it. Talk to your doctor or pharmasist for more info.
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Because they were never informed or taught about other forms of birth control
yes many forms of hormonal birth control cause breakthrough bleeding and spotting and is normal to occur for the first 3 months on the birth control if it lasts for more than 3 months talk to your doctor so that they can put you on a different pill that is better for your body hope this helps Good Luck and God Bless!!!!!!!!!!Brown or red menstrual flow is normal on birth control pills.
The Pill & The ring.
A number of factors can cause a shorter period. These include certain forms of birth control as well as certain medications. Anxiety, age, weight and hormonal changes.
Yes, with all the different forms of birth control these days, some can cause your periods to change and even stop altogether. You can read the information booklet that comes with your type of birth control. The risks and side affects are always listed in this booklet or pamphlet.
You can switch forms of birth control to what is most comfortable for you. If you would like to switch birth control consult your physician so that she/he can choose a birth control pill that is right for you.
It is possible. Antibiotics which are used to treat some forms of STD's can definitely decrease the effectiveness of birth control.
The use of most forms of birth control are not forbidden. Birth control to prevent pregnancies is a personal choice. "Morning after" type of birth control is not considered acceptable or compatible with guidelines in the Bible. Jehovah's Witnesses do believe that anything that intentionally kills an unborn child is murder.
There are many different brands of birth control and their generic forms as well. Some of the most well known brand names in birth control are: LoEstrin, Yasmin, Seasonale, Lybrel, Mircette, Trivora, and Zovia.
What you can do to make your period not come on for a while is to use some form of hormonal birth control. Not all forms of birth control delay or stop menstruation in all women but some do, such as the contraceptive injection and 28 day birth control pill.
Pro's- helps prevent unwanted pregnancies in sexually active teens. Con's- no birth control measure is 100.00000% effective- some will still get pregnant. Con's- many forms of birth control do not protect from sexually transmitted diseases.
Yes, even on the pill there is a chance of pregnancy, as there is with most forms of birth control.
not having sex is the only way to completely prevent it. condoms are about 99%, birth control pill is about 99%. there are many forms of birth control. but the only way to prevent it 100% is to not have sex.
You can get birth control at most clinics, hospitals or at Walgreens in the pharmacy section. Condoms are available at most convenient stores and big stores like Safeway or Walmart. You should always check with your doctor to see which type if birth control is best for you.Condoms you can get in a grocery store or in machines in cafÃ©s and such. But condoms and all the other forms of birth control are available at a chemist or drugstore.
Hi, Its possible yes but very rare as all forms of birth control only protect you against a 98% chance of pregnancy.
No, unlike some other forms of birth control, effectiveness of Nuva Ring is not impacted by antibiotics.
Most forms of birth control including Depo Provera is recommended for women 16 years of age or old. Talk to your dr to see which type of birth control is right for you.