Hi reader is it right for a married woman to take pills after given birth,?
There are two broad categories of intrauterine contraceptive devices: inert and copper-based devices, and hormonally-based devices that work by releasing a progestogen.
Inert and copper-based devices
Most non-hormonal IUDs have a plastic T-shaped frame that is wound around with pure electrolytic copper wire and/or has copper collars (sleeves).
Hormonal intra-uterine devices
Hormonal uterine devices do not increase bleeding as inert and copper-containing IUDs do. Rather, they reduce menstrual bleeding or prevent menstruation altogether, and can be used as a treatment for menorrhagia (heavy periods).
all birth control pills have side effects, the patch is very good, and the heart disease is cos they either smoke, drink or maybe these women are fat or above the age of 45, but if you are free from all these, i think the patch is good, when i wear it, i dont even feel anything, the only thing is that my bosoms are swollen which i think its a good thing for me . i will never take a drug which wasnt prescribed by a good doctor. so oppose me if you think i am wrong.
also the only thing which will affect all women is that conceiving might not follow immediately after stopping its usage and this effect very in several pple, some might concieve immediately and some maybe after 3 months or more, but never will it cause infertility unless them dey do u. ciao
The patch has a lot of terrible side effects. there debates about taking it off the market here in the usa. it is strongly likned to dvt and also heart disease and others. you can go online and research otho evra and you will find out the number of people that got dvt from it and died. i would rather recommend loestrin birth control pills. its very effective and the major side effect is break through which is associated with most forms of birth control pills. it is suppose to stop after a person takes the pills consistently for about 3 months.
Name one risk apart from possible injury that is a very slim chance by the way. My mother used it, my best friend's mother used it and it is being used more now in the US. It is better because when you decide to start having kids again you simply take it off and you can start having kids right away. Don't tell women to stay away from something that has more benefits than the other poisons you have to swallow everyday and force your body to do what it was not designed to do.
The poster's wife wants to go on the pill, because she doesn't want to get pregnant.
It's called birth control.
An alternative is for the poster to wear a condom, if he's not keen on her going on the pill.
You think condoms and other forms of birth control, are limited to non-married couples?