Also, birth control pills
do not protect you from sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), the virus that causes AIDS.
Some recent studies have shown that there is no significant difference between athletic performance in women on birth control pills
as compared to controls.
Until recently, people thought the estrogens in birth control pills
were rendered inactive by the body because the kidneys tack on.
Preliminary results from an FDA-sponsored study of 800,000 women taking birth control pills
shows that there is a 1.
Although, a recent article states that patients using the birth control pill
do not gain weight, most pill users feel it does," Dr.
Birth control pills
can be used safely by most women and can even provide health benefits other than pregnancy prevention.
When a woman takes the birth control pill
, she doesn't have a real period anyway since she's not ovulating.
Kahlenborn's presentation was very powerful and I was secretly wondering how many women in the audience would go home and quietly flush their birth control pills
down the toilet
I am training to run my first marathon and am now running 35 to 40 miles a week I am going to stop taking birth control pills
in a few months in order to try to get pregnant.
Said Lowey, angrily: "It seems to me, from this discussion, that the gentleman from New Jersey is saying to every woman who may take the birth control pill
or use another one of five accepted methods of contraception that they are abortionists.
SAN DIEGO, May 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Use of the widely used birth control pill
, ORTHO TRI-CYCLEN(R) LO (norgestimate/ethinyl estradiol) Tablets, resulted in significantly lower rates of breakthrough bleeding and spotting in a broad range of women compared to another low-dose combination birth control pill
, according to data presented today at the 55th Annual Clinical Meeting of The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG).
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists issued the following recommendations for women who are considering birth control pill
use who also have certain medical conditions: