Birth control pills and embolism

Jergen

Village Elder
#1
Women who use the Pill are four times more likely to form blood clots than those who have elected an alternative method of birth control, and the newer form of the Pill puts us at a higher risk than the products that were previously available to us. Many women are choosing the Pill anyway — it is still the most widely used form of birth control— mainly because the new and so-called improved version boasts a lesser likelihood of weight gain and chronic headaches. But compared to the first-generation pills, females who regularly take what is administered today actually have a 1.8 greater chance of developing blood clots.
So, Let's do the necessary and ask 'those' important questions, tusipatwe tumeenda na mbinguni express for something that could have been avoided..
 
#2
The root of the blue cohosh plant is used as an effective natural birth control. Blue cohosh contains two uterine-contracting substances, one that mimics the hormone oxytocin, and the other a saponin called Caulosaponin
 
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Female Perspective

Guest
#3
Women who use the Pill are four times more likely to form blood clots than those who have elected an alternative method of birth control, and the newer form of the Pill puts us at a higher risk than the products that were previously available to us. Many women are choosing the Pill anyway — it is still the most widely used form of birth control— mainly because the new and so-called improved version boasts a lesser likelihood of weight gain and chronic headaches. But compared to the first-generation pills, females who regularly take what is administered today actually have a 1.8 greater chance of developing blood clots.
So, Let's do the necessary and ask 'those' important questions, tusipatwe tumeenda na mbinguni express for something that could have been avoided..
Preach girl, preach!
 

Purple

Moderator
Staff member
#8
I think it’s important to mention that it’s the estrogen component which causes blood clots. Progesterone based forms of birth control (specifically IUD’s) don’t put a woman at increased risk of thromboembolism. Progestin pills and injectables have a mixed picture.
 

Jergen

Village Elder
#10
I think it’s important to mention that it’s the estrogen component which causes blood clots. Progesterone based forms of birth control don’t put a woman at increased risk of thromboembolism.
Indeed... It's why the combined contraceptive is seen to predispose women to embolism most commonly..
 

Bigfish1

Village Elder
#15
Anything that interferes with the natural system of the body will always harm you .
That said , what other ways are there except condoms and the safe calender system ?
 

Bakayaro!

Village Elder
#18
Women who use the Pill are four times more likely to form blood clots than those who have elected an alternative method of birth control, and the newer form of the Pill puts us at a higher risk than the products that were previously available to us. Many women are choosing the Pill anyway — it is still the most widely used form of birth control— mainly because the new and so-called improved version boasts a lesser likelihood of weight gain and chronic headaches. But compared to the first-generation pills, females who regularly take what is administered today actually have a 1.8 greater chance of developing blood clots.
So, Let's do the necessary and ask 'those' important questions, tusipatwe tumeenda na mbinguni express for something that could have been avoided..
A friend of a friend went through that whole blood clot maneno like 3yrs back. No joke!
 
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