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Which Birth Control Method is Better for You?

Sex is not any longer a taboo topic and neither is birth-control. Nevertheless, many women remain not properly informed concerning the pros and cons of using certain birth control methods. Then continue reading, If you would like to find out more about which of them are not safe for your health.

While condoms do not offer any kind of health risk (leaving aside the allergy cases), another two practices aren't completely healthy.

this oneBirth-control pills are great for women in relationships who are not able to have a child. They're fairly easy to manage (so long as you maintain the routine) and they present great defense against unwanted pregnancies.

However, the fact they are predicated on hormones makes them unsuitable for many women. The most frequent adverse effects demonstrated by these drugs include dizziness, complications, nausea, bleeding, disposition swings, weight gain and rather more serious complications when the person to whom they're given has specific health problems.

IUDs will also be perfect for the exact same sounding women. They could be either hormone-based or crafted from copper and they are long-term options against undesired pregnancy. However, they may be risky for the health.

For example, Mirena IUD problems incorporate infections, abscesses, infertility, intestinal perforations, migration of these devices and hormone-related dilemmas (similar to those found by the contraception pills).

More over, IUDs (specially the Mirena one) are becoming rather controversial since the amount of Mirena lawsuits has increased dramatically. More and more simply because they have endured significant health issues women come out and carry Mirena producers in to the court.

Before selecting an IUD or any other long-term birth control method, analyze both advantages and disadvantages. Also, check with your gynecologist, since he/she will be able to advise you the simplest way possible. More on our site go to website (www.Rumud.ru).

By byroncallowaymrsmf
Saturday, 7 Sep 2013

 

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