When women want to prevent or delay pregnancy for a while, they often use contraceptive pills, which are their first choice compared to other contraception, but women may wonder if these pills have a negative effect on later reproduction. Will it affect their fertility rate or cause miscarriage or even infertility, God forbid, in the worst case?Picture of a girl
– Women who take the third generation of oral contraceptives are at greater risk of blood clots in the legs because of blood clots that move with blood in several parts of the body, British researchers said in a study published in the British Medical Journal.
– The incidence of nausea and vomiting is one of the symptoms of taking pills at night and before going to sleep.
– The appearance of pigments on the face and the cost, which is a brown spots appear in the cheeks and nose, often because of eating for long periods and these spots increase with frequent exposure to the sun.
– Increase weight due to estrogen absorption and retention of water in the body and increase fat and fat and muscle bulges and eating in large quantities.
– After stopping these pills, pregnancy may be delayed for a period of up to six or nine months.
– The negative effect on blood pressure and heart, especially if you are over the age of thirty-five years and increase the chances of blood clots.
– The consumption of cereals reduces the desire for intimacy between spouses because industrial estrogen is associated with testosterone and makes it less.
– may cause the disease of jaundice, which occurs in the liver, but the disease rarely occurs and disposal is not difficult with medical follow-up.
Contraceptive pills sometimes cause the pain of the breast, which soon disappears after getting used to eating the pills.
– Grain lead to the lack of secretion of milk and change its type and taste due to the lack of proteins and fats in the body.Contraceptive pills
Several studies have shown that taking oral contraceptives, even if they persist regularly for several years, does not affect fertility after they stop taking them. Because the effect of grain on the ovaries is temporary, as evidence that the pregnancy happens a lot for women if they forgot to eat one grain and regain its fertility again.
A study was conducted on more than 2,000 women who took oral contraceptives for seven years. The result was that 21% of them had a pregnancy within one month of stopping the intake of cereals and 79% had a pregnancy within one year.
Other studies have confirmed that pregnancy occurs for women between 18 and 28 years of age after two or four cycles of discontinuation of oral contraceptives. While women aged between 30 and 34 years after three or nine monthly cycles of stopping the intake of grain.
- According to scientific studies, there is no single evidence to confirm that abortion occurred after women stopped using contraceptive pills.
- The same studies also confirmed that the fetus does not have congenital malformation or defects, but increased care,
- It is advised to stop eating the cereal before the desire to have a pregnancy at least two months,
- Because the pills may cause some changes in the uterus,
- Which prevents the fertilized egg from implantation in the wall of the uterus properly.
The body automatically dislodges from the pills left in the body with the rotten blood that comes out with ,
Which means that women can make a decision to pregnancy after stopping the grain directly or waiting for the confirmation period as previously explained above.
After discontinuing the use of cereals and during pregnancy preparedness,
Women must maintain healthy and healthy nutrition. We recommend you drink plenty of water with at least eight glasses each day,
Eat fresh fruits, carbohydrates, salts, minerals,
You should also move away from fast food, ready meals and unhealthy meals.
In some cases ovulation requires a period of time that may be up to several months in order to return to normal again,
Because the interaction of eggs with the pituitary may need to this time.
The cause may be due to a condition in the woman itself, not because of the contraceptive pills that the latter caused.
Therefore, the woman must perform regular medical examination before and during the use of the pills to ensure the health status properly.
- Contrary to what is common, many studies have confirmed that birth control pills have positive effects on a woman’s body,
- It reduces the incidence of infections in the uterus and fallopian tubes,
- It also reduces the chances of developing endometrial and pelvic inflammatory disease and regulates the menstrual cycle
- Increasing rates of ovulation and maintaining fertility.
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- The study revealed the importance of birth control pills and their ability to protect women from the risk of herpes,
- This disease is a virus that affects the skin and is transmitted by the method of sexual contact,
- The researchers and the authors of this study that the hormone estradiol or sex hormone in females works to fight herpes virus,
- The body of the woman secretion of this hormone in the period of menstruation, and this hormone is a key component of some types of birth control pills.
- The scientists also proved that the hormone estradiol works to strengthen the fight against viruses in the body,
- It has been shown that the herpes simplex virus has infected more than 530 million people around the world and the large proportion of infection for women,
- The studies showed that the hormone estradiol helps to strengthen the body’s immune system, which increases its ability to fight viral infection,
- Hormonal contraceptives have been shown to have many benefits compared with other non-hormone-dependent methods, especially for women
- The most vulnerable to herpes infection through sexual intercourse.
- Other research has shown that the preventive effects of contraceptive pills on women
- Works to protect the lining of the uterus from the risk of cancer even after stopping the use of pills for prolonged periods,
- This proved that a large proportion of women who used contraceptive pills in their 20s or younger
- They continued to benefit from the preventive effects given to them by the age of 50 or later.
- There are some rumors that have been associated with birth control pills, which prove that modern scientific research is just false beliefs and is not valid
- Including that the pill is a cause of cancer of the uterus and ovarian cancer
- And they are overweight.
- But there are some real, undeniable risks that appear as symptoms of the use of birth control pills including headaches, nausea, nervous tension
- These symptoms appear clearly when used in the first times and soon disappear when the body gets used to
- The proportion of hormones caused by birth control pills and these pills disappear in a maximum of 3 to 4 months,
- But it does not cause any harm to health, as recent studies have shown, so there is no need to worry about using it.