Now the nation’s leading pediatrics organization is encouraging doctors to also talk to teenagers about the morning-after pill — and to send girls home with prescriptions for emergency contraception, just in case.
Young women who start using hormonal contraceptives for birth control often stop using condoms, but a new study in the Journal of Adolescent Health finds that if they later discontinue using hormonal contraceptives, they tend not to resume using condoms. This leaves them open to both unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
CDC is slamming unmarried women and teens over risky sex and unintended pregnancies. Where are the men in this conversation? Am wondering which Pharma company sponsored this study. The ones who want every teen to get the HPV vaccines, Gardasil or Cervarix – or the ones who want to inject or implant synthetic hormones into every teen girl – even if she is not having sex.
Holy Hormones Honey! Are we risking our daughter’s fertility by putting them on Implanon – a synthetic hormonal drip placed in a woman’s arm for 3 years? The trend in birth control is moving in this direction. More effective – yet a potentially dangerous synthetic birth control with unknown long-term results. Birth control is the largest uncontrolled medical experiment in history.
Under this news story is a blog post by a young woman who had to have the stick taken out and replaced. Read her ordeal. Her muscles actually grew around the Implanon stick – virtually making the device a part of her arm.
[Holy Hormones Honey! Study shows that women on the pill are 20 times more likely to get pregnant. Well, no surprise here... since human nature is involved. Aaah.... beware of the wolf in sheep's clothing and the fear and manipulation of women to get on a birth control method that drips synthetic hormones into their Continue Reading …
Sixty percent of young adults between the ages of 18 and 29 may not truly understand how proper use of contraception can prevent pregnancy, according to a new study from the Guttmacher Institute, which reports abstinence-only sex education may be leaving young adults with a subpar understanding of sexual health.