Sunday, April 7, 2013

Birth Control: Is it really necessary?

Over the years, I have always pondered over birth control. I feel like it's a very gray-matter subject.

From such a young age, girls are taught from the beginning that you can get pregant at anytime. So the drug companies present us with all their little fancy products that costs us tons of money. One of those being birth control, which also presents us with a load of side effects. Now you're telling me you want to take a little pill every single day that might just give you a heart attack? Or you can take the one that makes you have fewer periods. Yeah, now that's healthy. I mean, your body made you have periods for a reason, and now you're ridding of them all together for the sake of it being easier on yourself.

Oh, or you could get something put into your uterus. That stays there for weeks at a time. And could possibly get implanted in there and have to be surgically removed. No thanks.

But how in the world is it possible for girls to get pregnant every single day of the week, month, and year? Why would we even have periods?

Why do most couples fail at getting pregant the very first time?

Or is it just one of those, you must believe what we say Big Pharma scams so that we cave into buying their expensive sh*t that can kill us?

^Hmmm...Makes you wonder, right?

It should.

Because there are other natural alternatives. And you can't get pregnant every single day of every week, month, and year. It's completely impossible. If it was, almost all teenagers would be pregnant because most of them are too dumb to use contraceptives.

Periods wouldn't exist if we could get pregnant 24/7. Our periods are the beginning of the cylce. It's the cleansing of the egg that didn't find a sperm to attach with. And it's making room for the next egg to try. And two weeks later, that egg gets its chance. Ovulation has a purpose and it only happens once a month. So explain that one Big Pharma! Oh wait, they did! Deceptively.

You see, birth control messes with your hormones, and when the ovulation time comes, the hormones basically eff with your body so that you can't get pregnant.

Or better explained in this article: "Hormonal contraceptives also change the cervical mucus to make it difficult for the sperm to find an egg. Hormonal contraceptives can also prevent pregnancy by making the lining of the womb inhospitable for implantation.A new option for hormonal contraceptives is extended-cycle"

^Taken from:

Do you see a word I see? It's called cervical mucus. And it plays a very big role. Cervical mucus helps guide the sperm, if you didn't already know that. And guess what? Cervical mucus isn't the same every single week, month and year. Have you ever checked what yours is like every single day? Because it's not the same each day.

The Big Pharma is making money off of you because you are unaware of your own body!

There is the most natural alternative to birth control out there called the Natural Family Planning method. And how much does it cost? Nothing. It only takes your common sense and knowledge to make it work. This method forces you to get in touch with your body and learn how your body works.

I believe in it full heartedly. But no, sadly, I have not been able to try it. I'm still in high school and live at home if you're wondering why.

But have any of you heard of this method? Or are any of you excercising this method?

I would love to hear from you if you do!

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