Abortifacients…what ‘they’ don’t want you to know.

RH Reality Check

Reader diary posted by Jenniferfcpi

February 8, 2011

Contraceptions can also be abortifacients.  For example, a condom is a contraceptive because it’s design is to avoid conception.  If conception occurs, the condom does not have a back up feature to make the uterus hostile to implantation.  Thus, a condom is solely a contraceptive device.

Now, look at the chemical contraceptives out there.  Due to the high toxicity of the hormones of the ‘pills of the 40s’ the doses have been lowered, now allowing conception to occur more frequently with typical use.  What is also done, is a thinning of the uterine lining…(a lack of progesterone will do this).   The limited progesterone has nothing to do with the developing follicle and the maturing ovum–the Lutenizing Hormone is what leads to ovulation…thus, the progesterone is most beneficial AFTER ovulation…because it thickens the uterine lining as well as sustains the life the of the baby for up to the first 12 weeks while the placenta is developing.

So, anything that is put inside of a woman’s body that manipulates the uterine lining with the intention of it’s function to make the uterus HOSTILE to implantation is an abortifacient.  Because science, not religion, deems life beginning at conception which occurs in the fallopian tubes…and if there is something done to the woman’s  uterus to manipulate the lining of the wall to prevent implantation, it is an abortifacient.  An abortion has occurred due to the life that had begun at conception.

As for EC…most women who do not use this method actually know when they ovulated, let alone when they could possibly conceive.  So in this, with Ella, a woman could be pregnant already and then take this EC and thus in theory could cause problems to the corpus luteum on the ovary that is sustaining the progesterone levels for the survival of the newly conceived child making it’s way to the uterus for implantation.

Think of it this way…most women who have chronic misscarriages have low progesterone.  While this is a natural phenomenom in the body, it can be monitored and woman be given the precise amount of bio identical progesterone hormone to sustain that pregnancy.

Food for thought, and the fiction corrected to actual fact. I could spoon feed you resources…but if anyone is reading this…just know this has become common sense for me, it is my own understanding…I didn’t quote anyone…so feel free to educate yourself.

here is a good place to start though…




And any college level biology book.

MORE….including the original article


Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.