Holy Hormones Journal – We also reported on the birth control microchip four years ago… when we first caught wind that this was the next step in birth control. And now it is in the news again. And we are still mortified.
This is what you need to know. When the announcement was first made – it was indicated the someone other than the woman would control the remote control. I remember making the snarky comment – who but a man would have the remote control. I believe the article at the time indicated that the device would be controlled by the doctor who would decide on whether or not you were able, capable, sustainable, viable or had enough babies already to be a candidate for the synthetic cocktail of hormones dripping into your bloodstream to be turned off.
And then of course – how long will it take to ovulate again? Especially after years and years of chemical drip-drip into the blood? I have women writing me all of the time… I am off birth control for 1 month, 3 months, 6 months when will I get pregnant? Not to mention how long will it take to get the chemicals out of the body.
And when will the birth control device be turned on again? Right after pregnancy? When are you breastfeeding? And who makes the call?
Lastly, the synthetic hormone, levonorgestrol is a synthetic progesterone – also known as progestin. Progesterone is needed to prevent heavy bleeding and to prevent miscarriages. Progestin suppresses progesterone… causes depression, anxiety, weight gain, premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) and miscarriages – due to lack of progesterone and unchecked estrogen which is rampant in our environment.
Birth control methods that contain progestin include: the mini pill, Depo Provera, Implanon and Skyla, Paraguard and Mirena IUDs – just to name a few. And thousands of women have experienced severe and debilitating side effects. And now they want to drip this into your bloodstream for 16 years?
Do not take my word for it… although I have answered hundreds and hundreds of comments on my blog about women on other progestin birth control who feel like their lives are out of control and they are about to take their own lives, lose their jobs, relationships and who are afraid to be left alone with their children… this is what Medicine Plus has to say:
Levonorgestrel is used to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sexual intercourse (sex without any method of birth control or with a birth control method that failed or was not used properly [e.g., a condom that slipped or broke or birth control pills that were not taken as scheduled]). Levonorgestrel should not be used to prevent pregnancy on a regular basis.This medication is to be used as an emergency contraceptive or backup in case regular birth control fails or is used incorrectly. Levonorgestrel is in a class of medications called progestins. It works by preventing the release of an egg from the ovary or preventing fertilization of the egg by sperm (male reproductive cells). It also may work by changing the lining of the uterus (womb) to prevent development of a pregnancy.
Do you think you want a birth control microchip implanted in your body? Unfortunately, women in developing countries unaware of the dangers will not have a choice.
Brianna Heldt |Posted: Jul 13, 2018 8:00 PM
What if it were possible for women to be implanted with a hormone-emitting microchip, through which their fertility could be controlled wirelessly, via remote control, at will?
While the idea may be reminiscent of something out of a bad science fiction movie, such a device is, supposedly, currently in development.
And if Bill Gates has his way, the day when women are implanted with the microchip might not be too far off.
It’s been four years now since the influential founder of Microsoft–and ardent proponent of population control–announced plans for the development of a human microchip designed to deliver birth control to women. Measuring just 20 mm x 20 mm x 7 mm, the tiny chip would be implanted under the skin, and automatically deliver a daily 30 microgram dose of the hormone levonorgestrol, via controlled release.
If a woman decides at some point that she would like to conceive a child, she is said to be able to deactivate the device with a remote control.
The microchip is designed to prevent pregnancy for up to 16 years.
People familiar with the work of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will not be surprised to learn that the wirelessly-controlled contraception device was purportedly Bill Gates’ idea. During Gates’ 2014 visit to an MIT laboratory, Bill asked if the microchip originally designed in the 1990s to deliver drugs to osteoperosis patients might also be developed into a long-term birth control plan. The company microCHIPS stepped up to the plate.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has a long history of advocating for population control, particularly in developing countries.
According to the foundation’s website, it is apparently a problem that “less than 20% of women in Sub-Saharan Africa use modern contraceptives”. They go on to list the purported benefits of sterilizing large swathes of African women–which apparently include, for every dollar spent on family planning, saving “governments up to 6 dollars that can be spent on improving health, housing, water, sanitation, and other public services.”